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Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Let it Snow...

Hiya.
     I hope that everyone is doing well.  Are you getting excited for Christmas?  I can't wait until Christmas Eve as I only have to work until 1pm and then I have a whole week off to be with Jerry and the M&Ms.  I don't care if we just stay in the house and look at each other.  It will just be nice to have a whole week together and get to have movie marathons or even WII competitions where Maddie and I beat the boys at bowling and Pictionary.  bahahaaa...
     So, as I need to get to bed and read my book before I have to go to sleep and be up again at 4:45am I had better get to today's card.  Again, I found this idea on YouTube a week or so ago and I am truly sorry, but I don't remember the wonderfully talented lady that came up with it.  I did try to follow her basic idea and then I used what dies and stamps I have to make it my own. 
     I also tried to take pictures that show you how there is a window in the card and then a buffer sheet in order to keep any sentiment or writing out of the main view of the front of the card.
So, you'll see what I mean.  lol...  Have a great day everyone and I will talk at you later.
Hugs, Lisa G













Supplies:
stamps-Frosties, Sweet Christmas & Let it Snow-LF
cs-Neenah & AC Cardstock
Copics-B17 & T2
inks-Paris Dusk, Gray Flannel & Summer Sky-Memento
Stickles-Baby Blue & Frosted Lace-Ranger

5 comments:

Sue - bearhouse said...

This is gorgeous Lisa. I love the design and the beautiful shades of blue.

Hugs Sue

Mary J said...

So clever Lisa! I love how you did the shades of blue and highlighting!

Rachel Parys said...

Super cool! Great colors!

Amanda R said...

I have seen cards made with acetate windows but not like this, how neat! Love the glitter outline too. Have fun during your time off!

Denice said...

Love the "floating" ornament...what a clever and gorgeous Christmas card!
:Dxx