Sunday, January 10, 2010

Snowbirds Welcome!

Good morning! As promised, I have another card that I created this weekend to show you. I can't believe that I made 2 cards in one weekend after that long card-drought! I was beginning to think that my mojo was gone forever! Instead, I am rejuvenated and on a roll! I pray that it lasts awhile.

Even though Christmas is over, we're getting lots and lots of snow here in Maryland, this winter. It is an abnormality in Maryland to get so much...it started the first weekend in December...and then we got 2 feet just in time for Christmas! That was really a once-in-a-blue-moon snow. So, with snow all around, I decided that we can still enjoy snowmen! Before I forget I want to thank my friend Joyce Casaldi, for the pretty transparent sparkly ribbon that she sent to me for my birthday last month...I have teamed it with the Michael's Pink Satin Ribbon on this card.

This snowman is called "Hamilton" from Whipper Snapper. I just loved the little bird standing on his head and the birdhouse hanging on his twig arm! The punched wavy, side border and the punched wavy, sentiment border was made using my new EK Success Dotted Wavy Border Punch. They are really coming out with some really neat border punches! Okay, here's the deets:

Stamps: Whipper Snapper "Hamilton" Snowman, Whipper Snapper Sentiment
Cardstock & Papers: Cosmo Cricket "Jolly by Golly" Paper Pad, K&Co. "Remake Berry Pinks" Mat Pad, Paper Trey Ink Ocean Tides Cardstock, Paper Trey Ink White Cardstock.
Inks: Memento Tuxedo Black, JoAnn's White & Stampin' Up Pretty In Pink Inks
Markers: Copic Sketch - RV23 Pure Pink, RV29 Crimson, Y11 Pale Yellow, Y21 Buttercup Yellow, Y26 Mustard, B000 Pale Porcelain Blue, B41 Powder Blue, BG11 Moon White, BG15 Aqua, C1 Cool Grey & 0 Colorless Blender.
Tools & Accessories: Cuttlebug, Cuttlebug Snowflake Embossing Folder, EK Success Wavy Dotted Border Punch, Nestabilities Curved Rectangle Dies, Tsukineko Sponge Dauber, Karen Foster Click-It Hole Punch Kit, Stampin' Up! Dimensionals, JoAnn's Snowflakes, KaiserCraft Pink Rhinestones, Robin's Nest Dew Drops, Zig Fine-Tip Black Marker, Michael's Pink Ribbon, Sparkly Clear Ribbon from my friend, Joyce
Techniques: Basic Stamping, Sponging, Dry Embossing, Copic Coloring

11 comments:

Cassie said...

Oooh, Linda, I love that little snowman and birdie, and we never get snow down here. Your card is so cute with those darling rhinestones and beautiful ribbon. So glad you found your mojo, and I hope it stays because its so fun to see you creating again ;D

Karen Lynn said...

Welcome back to multi card making!! What a cute card too. Good luck!!!

peggysue said...

Linda that is one cute snowman. And we can all go out and build one together whether here or at your place, sounds like! Great layout!

The Stamper's Touch said...

Way too cute!!!! Oh and I love snowmen, and this one is so sweet!!! Such a wonderful layout, colors and so many fabulous details...simply perfect!!! Welcome back!

Linda

Stacy aka Twinshappy on SCS said...

Totally cute! Love the fresh colors and the snowman just makes me giggle.

Traci M said...

What a cute snowman and personally, I think the bird perched on his hat and the sentiment just makes this card!!
Very cute and creative, so glad to have you back, Linda!!
Those EK success punches are the best, aren't they?

BethH said...

Oh, this is too cute. I love the snowman and teh bg paper is awesome. What a fun card!!!

ashjoy said...

Hey look is back in the swing of things. Beautiful!

One Picky Family said...

Super duper cute!!!

Tori Wild said...

Cute, Cute Linda-- the colors are gorgeous and your mojo is definitely in there!! Great job!! :)

Laurie tx stamper said...

Such adorable-ness, if that's a word! I love the rhinestone accents on the side and your coloring is always perfection!