Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Sweet Stamps Challenge #93 Cold and Snowy

Today is our ninety-first challenge on the Sweet Stamps Challenge blog.
This week the challenge is to create a card showing SNOWY AND COLD!!!

  Now is your chance to show us your talent as you create your SNOWY AND COLD CARD!!!
 Have Fun!!!
Remember to use a Sweet Stamps image on your creation to get an extra chance at winning
$20 of rubber stamps from Sweet Stamps!!!
 Wanting to do a different kind of Snowy card, I started with Scroll Shadow Box, just one of the many fabulous frames from Sweet Stamps.  It is stamped with Distress Ink Pad Clear and embossed with Fantasy White EP.  Using a 4-Split Perforating Tool and a Piercing/Perforating Pad, I cut the Scroll frame out.  This is such an easy process!!!  Mrs Snow was stamped with Tuxedo Black Momento Ink and colored with Copics .  I used Sparkly Fluff on Mrs. Snow for a realistic 'snowy' look.  It doesn't show well in the picture, but is perfect in person.  Winter Tree  was stamped with Distress Ink  and Marvy's Snowy Marker gives the branches that fresh snow fallen look.  I highlighted the Winter Tree and Cheery Lynn's Pine Branches  with Winter Frost from Creative Inspirations.  

Other Sweet Stamps Products:
Queens Gold ESnowflowers #1
The ribbon is from my stash.  The finished size of the card is 4.50" x 6.25".

Be sure to visit Sweet Stamps blog and see what the rest of the team has created for you.   And please join in on the fun!!
*   Bonnie  (you are here)*  Dawn B  *  
Jacki  *    Joni  *
Kendra  *  Linda  *  Nazeema "Calypso"  *


jonim52 said...

Love how you framed the snowlady, love that image, pretty card.

Calypso's Crafts said...

I love it!! I love seeing all the beautiful images that are available at SweetStamps, that I seem to somehow miss.

~ Kendra ~ said...

Beautiful card, love your use of all the products!! Just love the snow lady!!

Sandy Fredrick said...

Love how you used the Scroll Shadow Box frame on your card. Beautiful coloring on Mrs Snow and love the added sparkle. Nice touch with snow marker on the tree and the CI paints. Brrr!!