Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Wishing for Snow


I think this snowy card represents some serious wishful thinking on my part! It finally got down in the 30s last night, but our days are still hovering in the 50s; when I look out my window, I see green trees everywhere. (I'm still trying to figure that one out; they're not fir trees, just regular ol' trees, but they keep their green leaves all winter. It's a little disconcerting for this midwestern girl!) Luckily, it's been just cold enough for the sweet potato vendors to come out with their little wheeled ovens, selling roasted sweet potatoes and corn on the cob along the sidewalk. There's nothing like a piping hot sweet potato on a chilly evening - crinkly, brittle skin like old paper surrounding a creamy, sweet filling - perfect in its simplicity.

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It wasn't until I was editing the photos that I realized the circle layer looks like a giant snowball. I guess I really do have snow on the brain!

Card Supplies:
Stamps: Pink Paislee "Tinsel Town," Ink: Ink It Up! pigment (red); Patterned Paper: Basic Grey "Eskimo Kisses," Hobby Lobby "Christmas 2008" paper pack; Accessories: Cuttlebug / Herringbone embossing folder / Quickutz "Rings" embossing folder / Circle Nestabilities, Martha Stewart tree punch, Dymo labelmaker, woodgrain label tape, corner rounder punch, foam dimensionals

4 comments:

  1. love your snowball card:) ooohhhh sweet potato vendor...good grief...that sounds wonderful!

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  2. LOVE the composition of this. Terrific card!

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  3. I LOVE this one! Love the papers and the sweet little scene inside the embossed circle.

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  4. Gorgeous card! Love the layout!

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