Good Morning! I know I am late posting my card this morning but we were out til the wee hours of the morning last night so I didn't get up before the crack of dawn as I usually do, and when I did get up, it was like I had been drugged and had a tough time waking up.
Today's card is really quick and easy. Remember the Thank You card Migdalia sent me a while ago? I just loved the paper she used, even though the camera didn't pick up the true beauty of the texture. When I asked her who's paper it was she told me of a little trick that she had learned along the way. That being, she stamped and colored on tissue paper, wrinkled it then glued it to a piece of card stock. This past weekend when we were at the dollar store, I picked up some tissue paper and thought I would try Migdalia technique and even though the camera doesn't show the texture, in real life it has a cloth like look. I layered it to a piece of metallic card stock then put it on the base card. The sentiment was computer generated using CK Wonderland font then cut and layered with a circle/scallop Nestibility. The snowflake was cut with Cuttlebug Snowflake die and added a flat back gem. I added a narrow band and a ribbon bow. The tag is cut with Cuttlebug Babyface Alphabet die with a cut with a circle Nestibility added. The holly leaves were cut with Punch a Bunch holly punch and added smaller flat back gems.
That's it for today...Thanks for stopping by...enjoy your day!
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