Tuesday, November 23, 2010

CPS- Card Sketch challenge

Good evening all. I hope everyone is having a wonderful Thanksgiving week. I am on break for the week because of the Thanksgiving Holiday then it's back to work for less than 3 weeks, then it's of for Christmas break for 2 and a half weeks. Gotta love working for the school district!!
So, because I have the whole week off, I can stay up as late as I wasn't creating. I love it when that happens. I have been in kind of a lull this week so hopefully this will get me on a roll. This challenge is from CPS-Card sketches. They always have great sketches to play with and this week was no exception. Basically my color scheme here is Blue and white. The stamp I used is from "Frosty" by Stampin Up! This is a really old set but I totally love this stamp set. Lots of things you can do with good ole Frosty!! I printed the sentiment off of my computer"warm winter wishes" and used modern label xtra large punch and my scallop oval punch.The DP is a no name?? Seriously, there was no man. manuf. name on it. but it is just snowflakes in blues and whites. It was perfect for my creation! I then punched some snowflakes with my Martha Stewart snowflake punch in Bashful blue.
Oh, and I added chunky glitter on the ground where frosty is standing. So, there you have it. My contribution to the CPS challenge. What do you think? I would love to hear your comments. Well, I am off to hopefully work on some more challenges, Maybe even some scrapbook pages. I am trying really hard to get caught up on my scrapbooking so you may notice, I have some new scrapbook challenge blogs and groups in my side bar. If you know of any really good Scrapbook challenge blogs, Please, let me know. I always love a good challenge!! I'll see you all real soon!!

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Please, give me link to download XRumer 7.0!!!
Thanks!

Always yours,
miss MW

My Carden said...

Hey There Dannette, Hope you are enjoying your time off;) This is an adorable card and I love the Snowman.

Hugs, Dangina

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