Saturday, February 23, 2013

Warm Winter Wishes

I needed to make a fast card today - since I was VERY busy and didn't want to lag behind in the 100 Cards in 100 Days Challenge.





I've also set a personal goal to have a blog post each of the first 100 days of 2013. Soooooooooooo I made a VERY FAST and way too simple card. Sometimes a girl just has to do what a girl has to do. *wink




This card seemed pretty appropriate right now, since the weather has been pretty nasty the past day or two. It's improved a lot here where I live today, but I know a lot of our nation is still getting a lot of the white stuff. If you have to be out in the snow, do be careful!







Here's the inside of my card:




Thanks for stopping by my blog today!



Sentiment: Unity Warm Winter Comforts
Ink: Versafine Onyx Black
Cardstock: Recollections Black, Staples White, and blue from my scrap file
Embossing Folder: Sizzix
Embellishments: Bazzill Ribbon, Michael's Rhinestones, and Paper Snowflakes from an unknown vendor

10 comments:

Marilyn said...

This is pretty Jeanette. I like that dark blue contrast with the white and love the snowflakes!

April said...

Lovely card....nothing simple about it!

Barb said...

Cute Carde--Great Colors!

Kelli Acopan said...

how is this card FULL of layers super simple?!? we have very different interpretations of that word!!! lol. beautiful card! love that sentiment!!!

Tammy said...

It might have been fast, but it's fantastic! Love the blue!

Laura said...

This is sooooo pretty Jeanette! I think I like that snowflake embossing folder better than my cuttlebug one! Great card!

Shari Nelson said...

Hi Jeanette, I wanted to let you know that I have nominated you and your blog for the Liebster award. Just visit my blog post of "Hi There" on 2/23/13 and get your award. Your card is very pretty, I always love how you put something on the inside too.

:: BlueInks :: said...

The embossing looks so rich in that color. Great snowflakes!

MaxineD said...

Love your dramatic colours and the texture on this Jeanette.
Blessings
Maxine

Melina said...

Those layered snowflakes are darling! :)

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