Thursday, July 24, 2014

Ice Cold

Hello Crafters,

   I couldn't wait to get my new stamp set so I could do the Challenge at: http://sparklensprinklecreativechallenges.blogspot.com/
I fell in love with the stamp sets and I loved working with this set during July, it helped to think cool/cold while it is so hot outside. Also a great start on Christmas cards.




http://sparklensprinklecreativechallenges.blogspot.com/

I chose the Cheery Lynn Step Card #1-B348 Die to make the card from blue card stock. I made the Holly from the Marianne Die LO 243 It looks so real because I used Glossy Accents over the top of the card stock. Chose the die cut that came with my stamp kit to mount the cute little penguin.
Products used:  SparkleNSprinkle - Under the Mistletoe - #556
                                                       Waterfall - G1071
                                                       Black Suede - GM2009
                                                       Twinkling clouds SS107
                                                       Fire Engine Red - G1007
                                                       Cheery Lynn - Step Card #l - B348
                                                       Marianne- Holly Die - LO243
                                                       Sizzix - Holly embossing folder
                                                      Tim Holtz- ranger Glossy Accents
                                                      Distress Ink - tumbled glass
                                                      Tombo Pens -
                                                      Viva - Pearl Pen - 400 Red
                                                     Versa fine - Black
                                                     Creative Impressions - Bit of Bling -Tiny Pearls
                     

1 comment:

Anne Temple said...

This is so cute! Love the added holly. So glad you shared it with us for the Sparkle N Sprinkle Creative Challenge and congrats on being a SNS Featured Artist as well.