Thursday, January 19, 2017

Frosty Cards

On Splitcoaststampers.com, the CAS challenge this week is icy/frosty cards, and I am stuck on them!!

I am feeling frosty even if the weather here in Central Alabama is still on the warm side.  Some of the new images are great for frosty cards.  I used the new Snowy Days Frosty Nights Greeting and added some Snowtex and glitter to get a frosty look. 


I added some fun little Skippy the Penguins at the bottom of my new Stitched Dies. 


On this card, I used my new MFT snowball stencil and Stitched Rectangle die plus an old heart punch and birch tree die (I think it is also from MFT).  I used modeling paste mixed with white chalk paint to make the falling snow and Snowtex mixed with glitter for the snow accumulations.  The sentiment is SU!  I love how this came out. 

Stay warm (or cool).

Hugz


8 comments:

  1. Nancy this is such a beautiful project.
    This will also be perfect for one entry as an anything goes creation for our challenge below.
    Hugs
    Desíre
    {ATG with a CREATE WITH TLC Element}
    {Doing Life – my personal blog}

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  2. The snowy texture on your two cards is out of this world, Nancy! These are really stunning wintry cards!! Hugs, Darnell

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  3. Your snow texture on these look incredible Nancy!! I adore the second card with the dark background! Hope you're doing well my friend! HUGS

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  4. Stunning cards Nancy, lovely snow and fabulous designs - so elegant.
    Pauline
    x

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  5. Love both of these cream colored cards, and at first, thought the snow was frontage (which I have a time working with). Interested to learn it was another product. Surely does create the feel of icy snow. Love the treatments on both of these darling cards. Good job on both of them!! TFS & Hugs (stay warm & dry if you get any of the weekend rains I'm hearing about. We have one day warm & sunny, next day gloomy & chilly).

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  6. Happy New Year, my dear blog friend. Your cards are very stylish and classy. The first one and the second are equally nice so I could not pick a fave. I love the formality of both of them and yes, the penguins add so much fun. I love penguins. The effect of snow is awesome.

    Happy to be back to blogging,

    Monica

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  7. I love both your snowy cards, Nancy. The sentiment on your 1st card is so wonderful. Perfect for designing a card around a sentiment. Your 2nd card snow and birch tree are so beautiful for a Winter scene. TFS my friend. Hugs....

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  8. Gorgeous snowy scenes and cards.

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