SSSC88 if you plan to post your card in an online gallery.
Right from the start I had it in my mind to use a Pure Innocence Girl for this week's card and since I've been making Christmas cards all week, I went straight to Snow Day. I just love this image - especially since I can use Sparkly Fluff on her, haha! I was going to put some fluff on the top of her little boots, but then I thought it would look too much like Santa, so the idea was canned. The sketch is made for a square card, but I changed it up and made it a standard A2. I used a sheet of Snow Day paper by Crate Paper for the background and added a strip of red cardstock for the edge - instead of scallops, I used the Snowflake punch. Love that punch! I also used one of the new Winter Wonderland Snowflakes dies as an accent underneath my Bow Easy bow. The sentiment is from Winter Wonderland.
The Sweet Sunday Stampers have amazing sketch samples to show you today, so stop on by to see:
- Jennifer Tapler - she's on a bit of a vacation here on the mainland. I think you might be able to find her at Target if you look closely.
- Joanne Basile
- Karen Motz
- Laura Fredrickson
- Lynn Put
- Sarah-Jane Kale'
- Vicki Burdick
stamps: snow day (my favorite things), winter wonderland (taylored expressions)
paper: choice snow white (taylored expressions), maraschino textured cardstock (bazzill), snow day (crate paper)
ink: memento rich cocoaaccessories: snowflake edge punch (ek success), clear rhinestones (kaisercraft), red grosgrain ribbon, copic markers, sugar sparkly fluff (our craft lounge), rectangle nestabilities (spellbinders)