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Frosty Wishes

I sure hope all your Christmas dreams came through and that you were able to do some fun winter activities like making snow angels, building snowmen, sledding, skiing, and ice skating.  Those things seem so fun to me because we don't get to do any of those things here in Central Alabama due to our mild winters (except on rare occasions).  I made a frosty card sing some new DRS Design Stamps and some Snowtex.


I did the card base by stenciling on some Snowtex (heavy in some spots and not so much in others).  Then I flecked on some more to make it look frosty. 

On my sentiment panel, I stamped the Girl Swirl Heart lightly on the edges in Versamark and then chalked the panel with some tan chalk.  The versamark made the swirls lightly appear. Then I stamped on the new Baby It is Cold Outside Greeting.  On the skates, I stamped the Ice Skates image, fussy cut it, and glittered them up with Stickles. 

Many hugz,

Nancy

Comments

  1. That is a real nice card for anyone but especially a skater. It would be perfect up here in Massachusetts right now. Brrr! I love the swirls on the panel. It looks just like the marks made on the ice after a spin. Your whole card came together perfectly. Wishing you a very Happy, Healthy New Year.

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  2. Oh wow what a gorgeous sparkly set of ice skates there Nancy!! I just love the texture and sparkle on your design!! :) Hope you were spoiled at Christmas! Wanted to wish you a happy, healthy and productive New Year in 2017 my friend! HUGS

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  3. Darling! Love the sparkle. Yeah for some snow fun too :)

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  4. A gorgeous card Nancy, such a fabulous background and lovely sentiment.
    Pauline
    x

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  5. Those frosty, glittered skates look fabulous on that great background! What a super cute and fun wintry card!

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  6. Great winter card! Like how you added the "bling!"

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  7. Oh I just love the texture Nancy!

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  8. This is an amazing card! I just love the layout - I am so late in getting around visiting people we are moving! Yippee! Have a blessed New Year - sad that DRS closed it challenges - enjoyed entering there a bunch - I wish you the best on your new adventures! [Thanks for directing me to Bible Journaling - I am behind in that as well--- sigh] Will get doing more when we get settled in our new place in February!

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  9. This is so pretty! I love them ice skates! Fab card!
    Lucy x

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  10. Wow, snow looks so real here, it is almost dancing to me and expressing itself. Love the shoes and the general effect of it all. Stylish and shabby chic at the same time.

    Love,

    Monica

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