So sorry for the late upload, ladies! I completely lost track of the days. Cathy's sketch was perfect for snowflakes. I wanted a card that looked like it was just found in an attic, so of course lots of distressing here. Ribbon was not working for me, so I went with a strip of muslin instead. TFL!
Date: Wednesday, January 1, 2014 GMT Views: 753
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Wed, Jan 01, 2014 @ 7:45 AM
Lee Ann, I so love the antique vintage look of this card design. Using the muslin as your "ribbon" - perfect! What a lovely idea to layer the vellum over the main panel and then build on top of that - beautiful dimension. The SNSS Snowflake Stamp Set looks wonderful on this card.
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Wed, Jan 01, 2014 @ 10:43 AM
Your snowflakes do work perfectly with this sketch, Lee Anne. Love your warm, mellow tones (rather than the icy blues we usually see)......gives a vintage feel. Your snowflakes are beautifully constructed too.
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