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Still Dreaming of Snow

I am still dreaming of snow - hope I don't sound like a broken record! For right now, my little snowy Christmas card is the closest thing I have to snow other than if I decide to chip off the frosty ice forming around my freeze door. 
 

I used the new Simple Christmas Ornament and stamped in the Triple Tree with Snow image.  I stamped the Triple Trees with Tim Holtz Dress Ink and blurred them with some water.  I stamped them in on my top card layer and did the same thing.  I added some Snow Tex and then stamped the Large Script Merry Christmas.  Inside I made a similar scene.

This also qualifies for the current DRS Designs Challenge: You Left Me Hanging! (a card with anything hanging, dangling, etc.) - today is the last day and we would love to see what brilliant creations you can make with this theme. 

Hugz

Comments

  1. I love the look of this card. Such nice dimension and of course that snow looks so good right now. We are just coming out of a heat wave so your card is leaving me with a nice refreshing feel. Thanks for cooling me off this morning.

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  2. Gorgeous card and I love your design!

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  3. Nancy, this is so brilliant!! I love the way you've blurred the trees along with the texture of the snow!! Really brilliant creation!! Thanks for sharing! HUGS

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  4. This is beautiful Nancy, such a fabulous technique - a wonderful Christmas card.
    Pauline
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  5. Your card is beautiful with the snow. We are not dreaming of the same thing. LOL They say we are going to have a bad winter so I am not looking forward to it. Hugs.

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  6. Such a lovely design, a gorgeous card!
    hugs Jacee
    Simply Paper Card Design

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  7. What a beautiful spotlighted ornament card! I love the "snow" you added. Perhaps you may have wished a little too hard for the snow, because according to the Farmer's Almanac, we're going to be deluged with lots and lots of it this winter! LOL They're claiming that anyone who now gets snow will have a white Christmas, so you'd better do your shopping and delivering mighty early! :)

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  8. Another gorgeous holiday card. Love the orament, makes it look like the spotlight technique!! The texture of the snow is awesome too.

    Hugs
    Sue

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  9. Brilliant!! Love the ornament aspect with the layover scenery.

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