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A Bit of Snow

The new Pattie's Creations Challenge #82 is SNOWY SCENE - WITHIN THE IMAGE. I used the Reindeer in Snow image from Pattie's Creations.

The image has snow within the scene, but I decided it needed to look like it was snowing too. I keep hearing about everyone that is getting snow and I am kind of jealous. We don't get much snow here - maybe a 1/2 inch to 2 inches all year and it typically melts immediately. I guess it is a good thing we don't get snow because no one around here can drive on ice or snow (including myself), and the counties and cities throw dirt on the ice and pray because they have no other resources. This just makes dirty ice and isn't much help. It is cold enough to snow this morning. Hubby is going out hunting and he told me he is too old for cold mornings - maybe the deer will have a bit of a chance today because he is bundled up heavily.

Dig out your snowy image and ideas and come join us!



  1. Nancy what a lovely card, I love how you have made it "snow" in your scene.. I like the snow when I am bundled up in the house watching movies with the hubby, but HATE driving in it, our drive is on a bank and I have slide down that drive every year into the garage door, really doesnt do the car good. I am kind of hoping the snow stays away until the 19th I finish work that day and dont go back until the 2nd so wont have to worry about it.. If I don't pop in before hope you have a great Christmas and all the best for 2014 xx

  2. What a wonderful scene you've created. LOVE your snow and those pretty deer. I'm surprised you get any snow, Nancy. But, it does snow there occasionally, I suppose. Dirt????? Yuck what a mess that must be.
    We're going to Franklin, TN tomorrow to 'Dickens of a Christmas, then to Gaylord in Nashville. It'll be fun and two of our little munchkins and their parents will be going with us. Sounds like fun. Hope you have a grand weekend.

  3. Lovely scene, Nancy. We don't get snow that often out here either. Too close to the water so when it does come it is a zoo in traffic, but the kids sure have fun LOL!

  4. Looks like reindeer lol sorry couldn't resist, gorgeous card Nancy, I like the scene and the snow
    Kevin xx

  5. This is cute scene but I'm glad you added your snow. It really does help with the delivery of this card. Your snowflakes are also a great little addition. Oh dirty ice, doesn't sound pretty at all. LOL Enjoy the weekend.

  6. The weatherman is telling us we're getting 4-7 inches tomorrow, hope not! Beautiful card and I really like that image. I love the snow!

  7. Love the added snow and the glittery sun. Fabulous looking card. We've already gotten a dusting, but it also included some ice. Glad I could stay home and craft instead of driving in it.

  8. This is a gorgeous card, I love your snowy scene with the adorable Reindeer.

  9. Oh Nancy! This is a perfect Christmas card! I love how you colored my image too...

    Pattie ♥

  10. Nancy, I just gotta know what you used for the snow? Very cool!!! Now if you want snow - you're welcome to all that we have.....personally I sick of it already. LOL!!!

  11. so stunning nancy.i love your sweet image and fabuous snow and soft colours :D

    xx coops xx

  12. Such a beautiful design!! Really love your snow texture and sparkle! ;) HUGS

  13. Nancy - I love the brown tones on this card, it gives a vintage look to it!
    Wishing you a Happy Holiday.
    Sandi ♥
    DT Coordinator for Pattie's Creations Challenge!

  14. By the light of the Silvery Moon-that's the new name for this card. I love that sparkly moon in your snow scene-this is gorgeous. No snow here and definitely no sand on ice....that sounds really messy. Your card is just darling. My DH has not gotten a deer yet. Hasn't seen a thing. He still has the rest of the week.
    Bear Hugs,


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