Hope all is well with you! And, I hope that you are staying warm wherever you are. It certainly has turned cold suddenly. I made a quick trip to the post office today and came straight back home into my warm house! Brrrr...I'm not ready for this cold weather! Anyways, I made a Christmas card to enter over at City Crafter Challenge. The theme this week is to use a one word sentiment. Easy peasy...and voila...here is my card...
I started with a cherry cobbler card base from SU. I painted with an acrylic paint dabber from Ranger. I think those are the big snowflakes that Buffalo, NY received recently...hehehe. But, really all that snow cannot be a good thing when it affects people with their homes, etc. My thoughts and prayers are with them. The die I used is from MFT and the paper is from Doodlebug. I used gold stickles for the center of the snowflakes. Well, that's all for now. Thanks so much for dropping by! Take care and stay warm!
Hi Maria! It has been cold here too and the wood burning stove has been going every day keeping things inside nice and cozy :)ReplyDelete
Beautiful card, sweet friend. Enjoy your weekend! Hugs to you!
This is adorable, Maria! I love that fun tree die cut with all those fun Christmas papers, and LOVE your paint dabber snow background! So fun and festive with the bits of gold Stickles!ReplyDelete
......although those poor folks in Buffalo probably aren't using the words fun and festive...
Your card is so pretty, Maria! It's cold and windy here today, so I'm spending the day crafting!ReplyDelete
SO cute! I love the mix of papers in this cute design!! Stay warm!! HugsReplyDelete
Maria, this is gorgeous! I love the big fluffy flakes you painted for the background. :o) The tree is adorable and so sweetly festive! The papers are gorgeous and I love the pretty sentiment. :o) Lovely work as always, my friend! Stay warm and cozy this weekend! I don't feel ready for this, either! :/ReplyDelete
Hugs and blessings,
Love your card Maria ... wonderful tree! Thanks ever so much for joining in with us this week at CCCB!!ReplyDelete
Merry indeed! I've been debating about getting that MFT tree die & you've helped me decide, Maria!ReplyDelete
Maria I knew you would come up with something lovely. I have that tree on my widhlist and it's fab! Thank you so much for being with us at CCCB this week!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous Christmas card! Thanks for sharing with us at CCCB!ReplyDelete