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Snow Much Fun!

This week's Squigglefly Challenge is "Snow Much Fun." The idea is to use snow in some way on your creation.

I used Skating Angel by Sandra Caldwell. She is at the tip of a pond or skating rink and I added some Snowtex so she could be in snow storm. My sentiment is computer generated. My idea here was to show that when we are out on the ice (maybe even some thin ice) in the middle of the storms of life, we may just need to slow down a bit and let our Guardian Angel catch up with us.

I colored this one with regular SU! markers because I was being really lazy and they were the first coloring medium I could find in my totally disorganized craft room. I printed the image twice so I could pop up her wings. I love this new image by Sandra.

Hope you will join in the Snow Much Fun Challenge at Squigglefly.



  1. A fabulous card Nancy, wonderful snow and a brilliant sentiment.

  2. Cute, fun card and the intent and sentiment is so very true. Great job with your snow and wings. Enjoy your day.

  3. This is just about as fun as it could be She looks like she is just coming out of a spin and a bit wobbly ........My angel doesn't have to work hard to keep up to this old babe .......Lis

  4. LOL!! I just love that fun sentiment!! :) Love all of the wonderful texture with your snow!! Brilliant design Nancy! :) HUGS

  5. OMG, Nancy, this image is wonderful and I love what you did with it.
    The sentiment is awesome, and the added snow texture looks fab.


  6. Oh Nancy This is just too cute! I need to get some of that snowtex, it creates such a lovely snowy scene! The sentiment is so cute! Adorable card!

  7. I really LOVE the sentiment you used with this and your whole thought process on us being on thin ice. Fantastic snow you made too!

  8. What a creative and perfect sentiment you chose for this fun card! I love all the snow blowing around this fun-colored image! Cute card!

  9. This is precious, Nancy :) Such a great image and love the falling snow.

  10. I love this cute little card. Using the snowtex was a great idea, it is perfect with the sweet image. I would be waiting for my guardian angel to help me get started. :)

  11. PRECIOUS! That snowtex looks like real snow. The sentiment and image are adorable too. I think I'm in dire need of that guardian angel too!

  12. Wonderful! what a fantastic card Nancy, I love it, just perfect!!
    hugs Jacee
    Simply Paper Card Design

  13. Absolutely delightful card and such a wonderful sentiment! Love your card and the image!

  14. What a wonderful card and I love that sentiment! Great image and design too.

  15. Fabulous card Nancy, I love the image the snow and the sentiment
    Kevin xx

  16. Love this card - looks like a real snowstorm too!

  17. Nancy,
    Your card is just so very cute and sweet - just makes me smile.

  18. I love the sentiment and that is the perfect image for it. I chuckled a bit when I saw it. I reminded me of how I must have looked when I tried ice skating as a teen. LOL. I spent more time on ON the ice than skating ON the ice. LOL. - Jim

  19. Nancy, you have a great sense of design and of humor! This card is priceless!


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