I made this card a little while back but I thought it was a great one to show today since Atlanta is expecting some really cold, icy weather today. I know that other regions get it much worse than we do but when we get the frozen stuff, it shuts us down because we aren't equipped to deal with it. On to a warm and toasty card though!
I used up some supplies from my stash for this card. Quite a while ago, I borrowed the mitten image and stamped several on white card stock and then put them away for later. The blue snowflake panels were already embossed from a previous project so I planned the dimensions for the rest of the card around these pieces. I was happy with how it came out. I saw the sentiment somewhere and copied it away in my idea journal for later and I think it is just perfect for this card. I printed it on my computer in MS Word since that many letters would be a nightmare to arrange individually.
The details for this card are listed below. If you are more interested in purchasing this card than making it for yourself, it is available for sale in my etsy shop which is linked in the upper left corner of the blog. Thanks for stopping by!
Papers- Xerox Ivory 67# Vellum Cover; SU Blue Bayou; DCWV tan and red textured white core cardstock. Stamps- Imaginations mittens; SU Fresh Fillers. Inks- Versafine Onyx, SU Real Red. Tools- CB Snowflakes embossing folder; Coluzzle Oval and companion oval templates. Embellishments- 3/8in ivory organdy ribbon. Pens- Copic R37, E31; SU Not Quite Navy.