Tuesday, December 1, 2009


Since it doesnt snow here in Florida I thought I would bring the snow to my blog, can you see the small snow flurries floating on my card?
My post for today is from the Christmas cards I have been working on... I think this card turned out to be my favorite so far...I wish I could make 40 of them for my Christmas cards but it would end up costing alot since the chipboard letters pack are dollar each and I try to keep the cost down on mass producing...It was so fun and easy to make...Are you getting ready for Christmas? I just put the lights outside last night, I am getting a head start on that part...We will do the tree sometime next week...How is yours coming along so far? Have a Wonderful Week! Thanks for stopping by! Hugs...Cookie
Supplies: Target Dollar Spot Chipboard Pack, Marvy Giga Scallop Punch, MS Snowflake Punch, Bling, Pop Dots, Sheer White Ribbon


jimlynn said...

This is gorgeous! And yes, I DID see the snow!!!

Susan Raihala said...

FAB card. Your cards always put a grin on my face for sheer coolness, and the falling snow is so fun!

I've got my wreath and fake poinsettias out on the porch and a new garland on my mantle. That's it so far. We'll go chop a tree this weekend, though, and really get going inside.

BTW, those fake poinsettias are the coolest. They actually look real, so even though poinsettias can't live out in the cold (and it's cold here!), I get a wonderful splash of red on either side of my door. The wreath is green with red bows all over it, so it's nicely AR/OC coordinated. Happy sigh.

TrishG said...

Fun falling snow flurries!

I love this card. The perfect example of a clean and simple card. Super job. Love the colors.

JulieHRR said...

Hey, Cookie! You are always such a sweetie! What a GAAAAW-JUS card this is! I love it!

OK, how did you get the snow flurries? They are COOL!

Scrubbybubbles(sue) said...

Ooooooooh....how fun!! I love this too!!