Good Morning Everyone! I hope you are having a wonderful week! Last week when I was posting a card to SCS I ran across a card that I just had to scraplift. I don't scraplift often but have always found white on white so elegant and when I seen it, I knew who I was going to send it to so I went to the posters blog to ask for permission to scraplift. Much to my surprise, the poster, Jocelyn aka JoBear2 has been visiting my blog for more than a year now...talk about it being a small world...this card was scraplifted all the way from the NE suburbs of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. You can visit her blog by clicking here...her work is awesome! I varied my card by adding the silver layers, glittering the embossing on the snowflakes and adding flatback pearls but other than that it's just like Jocelyn's---Here is the recipe---
Card Size: A2
Nestibilities: Petite Oval/Scallop
Cuttlebug: A2 Snowflake Embossing Folder, A2 Swiss Dots, 3x3 Treetops Combo
Sentiment: Computer Generated-Font: LD Wedding, Berylium
Accessories: Ribbon, Glitter, Flat Back Pearls, Foam Pop Dots
Base Cardstock: Beckett Expression 80lb
Other Paper/Cardstock: Silver Mirror
That's it for today...I haven't finished getting my cards ready for mailing and will probably be scrambling next week but I needed to take a break. My New Years resolution for next year will be to finish the inside of the card before starting a new project. We'll see how long that lasts...lol!
Thanks for stopping by, I hope you enjoyed your visit. I hope to see you again tomorrow, have a great day!
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