Friday, December 6, 2019

Alphabet Challenge - S is for SNOW

Hello Friends!
It's time once again for a new challenge over on the Alphabet Challenge Blog.
Today's letter is "S"
 I'm sad to say this will be my last project for the Alphabet Challenge Design Team!
It has been a wonderful team to be a part of but it is time for me to make some
modifications to my crafting life.  
Thanks to CAZ and all my teamies for a wonderful time!!

Amy Design - Dies - Vintage Winter Collection - Village Frame Straight
made today's card a quick & easy design.  
After die cutting this beautiful scene from white card stock, I simply adhered it to a scrap of 'snowy' designer paper.  Lastly I added this perfect Sue Wilson 'Let It Snow' sentiment ... 
Sue Wilson Designs - Mini Expressions - Let It Snow 
also die cut from a scrap of white card stock ... and VIOLA!  My card is ready for mailing.

I hope you'll come join in our challenge fun and 
I look forward to being inspired by your creation!!  See you there!
Thanks so much for stopping by...
As always . . .


  1. I think this is just lovely! I especially love the sentiment die!

  2. Stunning card. Love these beautiful dies. [Bunny]

  3. This is absolutely gorgeous. I love the pretty scene and colors chosen. What a fantastic die.

  4. OMG, this is so gorgeous! I'm kinda hooked on dies and have added quite a few to my collection recently. This one makes such a stunning and easy card! The paper is breathtaking for a background. Wow! I sure understand about cutting back on commitments. As you know, I've whittled it down to just about nothing. Time to take it easy for a while!

  5. Gorgeous, that is a fantastic die and paired with that great background paper it makes a beautiful combo!

  6. Oh Darlene - I'm sorry to see you are leaving our team - but you certainly are going out with a bang! Love what you have done with this die - that background is stunning behind the white die-cut xx


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