Here is my entry for the TLC for this week. Thanks Lynn, I'm happy I could find the courage to try this one. Not so hard, my white and silver ribbon has wires and it actually helped with my big fingers. LOL Thank you to Claire, your clever friend, this is a classy ribbon treatment, I wouldn't have thought of doing on my own.
This is actually my 4th inspired card from Stacy's gallery. Yep, I had kept this one on my screen and faved a few more for later, and still had it in me this morning, so thank you Stacy for this cute snowman made in a beautiful light blue.
Changed: the card size is 5 X 5, the color is still blue but night navy, used charcoal grey coredination, with silver sponging, then this awesome making memories flock snowflakes velum, (have fun flock, but not so good at it...yet). Then added the ribbon of course, the bling and this sweet snowman from Perk (Coffeestamper), thank you darling!. Added purple brads on corners and bling on the center of snowflakes and some for falling snow, and seeing spots in lavender SU.
Okay and last but not least, this is a card for an ongoing challenge I have going on with Deena.
Thanks for looking and enjoy.
Date: Monday, March 16, 2009 GMT Views: 874
Registered: September 12, 2007 Location: Wake Forest, NC Posts: 61601
Mon, Mar 16, 2009 @ 7:22 AM
Yikes, you're still at it! You'd make a great bank robber: when all the other crooks want to give it up and go onto something else, you'd make it happen with your tenancity. You keep right at it, girl. This is a really fantastic card, Ms. Marvelous! Love the ribbon Rx and that precious image.
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