Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Dreaming of a White Christmas

WOW I need to hurry!
My friend Diane (Nellie's Nest) shared this challenge blog with me this
morning and I've been trying all day to get the time to finish 
my card and get it posted and now the challenge ends in 24 minutes!  YIKES!  

It's the Dreaming of a White Christmas over at Jingle Belles Challenge Blog.
Here's their beautiful mood board ...

I also saw the Monday challenge at Simon Says is 'O Christmas Tree' 
so I'll be joining in that fun too!

Here's what I've come up with ... and yes this was a quick card!

I love a white on white card but I just had to add  a touch of blue for the evening sky.  The Sparkle of snow was added by applying Nuvo glue to the die cut and sprinkling on Deco Art Glitter dust.  The background  frame was popped us as were the reindeer.

I'll be back with all the details but first I really need to get this
entered to the challenge before it ends or my rush with be for not!!  LOL

Okay I'm back ... whew! got it shared just in the nick of time.  All product used is listed below.  Most of my delay yesterday was the fact that hubby decided we were going to put up the Christmas tree and add a few more outside decorations since the weather here in Ohio was so pleasant .

Other challenges to share in:
Sweet Stampin' Christmas Challenge - Anything Goes Christmas
 Crafty Creations Challenge #329 - Christmas
Fab n Funky Challenge #329 - Christmas
A Snowflakes Promise Challenge #34 - Winter theme
Die Cuttin Divas Challenge #294 - Make it Sparkle
Holly Jolly Christmas Challenge #86 - Part One - Anything Goes Christmas

Thanks for stopping by and as always . . .

Papers:  White card stock
Dies:  Spellbinder 5x7 Holiday Frame #S6-040, Frantic Stamper Reindeer Duo #FRA-DIE-09083, Memory Box Fresh Pine Landscape #99507
Accessories:  Nuvo glue, Deco Art Glamour Dust, Tim Holtz distress inks, large sponge daubers, dimensional tape

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