I stamped the image on generic white. Colored just the cheeks with chalk. Really really old chalk! I used Not Quite Navy ink/SU. Then cut the snowflakes using generic white. I was going to stamp the snowflakes but I can't bend due to my surgery and I could not reach the stamps! I did use a Spica clear pen on the beard, eyebrows to add just a bit of shine. The camera did not pick it up. It's really subtle. Then added the SU ribbon from a couple of years ago. Added the Verve sentiment. I hope its not overdone for CAS. It just really needed the snowflakes.
Well this is the first card I got to make in 6 weeks. I attempted it since it was CAS. Can't wait to get back to normal to create all the time again!
Thanks for looking
Date: Monday, August 6, 2012 GMT Views: 773
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Mon, Aug 06, 2012 @ 11:31 AM
What a beautiful Christmas card! Love those added snowflakes even though you didn't get to stamp them, and the pretty silvery threads are a perfect touch~ Hope you feel better real soon and can bend to get all your supplies.
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Mon, Aug 06, 2012 @ 1:01 PM
Silly!!! Welcome "home" Sistah! How wonderful to see you in the gallery. Your card is gorgeous my friend, and your snow flakes bring smiles! Lovely, squared! Lymi
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Mon, Aug 06, 2012 @ 1:38 PM
Sylvia, NOT overdone one bit IMO! Love this card featuring one of my favorite Santa images. The snowflakes add so much. So glad you are able to do some card making....always good to see you in the galleries.