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Papertake Weekly Challenge


Well, I've finally plucked up the courage to enter this weekly challenge - a first for me!


The challenge this week was White Christmas. "To make a white Christmas card! You can use an accent colour or two if you like, but lots of white this time please!!"


This is my contribution - I've used blue and white Bazzill cardstock, the latter embossed with Cuttlebug snowflakes folder, silver card, Dovecroft ribbon and snowflake brads. The image is Penny Black coloured with Sakura and just a bit of glitter(!) and this is attached onto the sentiment with foam pads. The sentiment (Doodlebug) has been cut out with Woodware punches.

Comments

Stempelchaotin said…
Wow this is so really stunning. Great card.
Andrea, said…
Gorgeous card love the embossing and the stamp
Jose said…
How sweet.. togetherness in the snow
Jose said…
How sweet, togetherness in the snow, really like it, and good luck .. Jose
All Pink girl said…
Gorgeous card ,love the stamped image ,
see we dont bite ,so glad you decided to join in the challenge ,Dawnx
steph said…
That's a lovely card! Thanks for taking part! Love the cards you've mad below too (using Pink Petticoat products!) x
Jilli said…
I love the snow people they're so cute!
this is a lovely card.. glad you ahve joined us

Caroline x
Kim said…
Oh wow this card is brill, love it, is the doodlebug sentiment a stamp??? love how you have coloured the snowmen..
Jo said…
Thanks for all your comments! Yes Kim, the sentiment is a stamp it's from the clear christmas set - it has some cute snowmen on it too!
Nikki said…
Thats lovely...I love that image.

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