Hello! Welcome to another Festive Friday blog hop where we post Christmas card ideas every 2nd and 4th Friday of the month (except December).
You should have come from Angela's blog, Midnight Crafting but if you've started here then use the Festive Friday image to hop around all participating blogs or the list below.
This week: "SIMPLY BEAUTIFUL", a pretty background, simple embellishments and a sentiment.
This is an over sized 5.5 x 8.5 card using blue glitter tree paper (5 x7.5) by Robin's Nest along with some of their white felt snowflakes. This tree paper is much more breath-taking in person with the glitter effect on the trees, it makes a beautifully chilly background.
The sentiment was printed on white cardstock using Duetica.com font Mandolyn 1-F00 and Times New Roman, trimmed and inked with Adirondak Sail Boat Blue. The card front is mounted on to white card stock with inked edges.
Thank you for hopping! Now, you're off to Leslie-Rahye's blog. Be sure to visit all 15 participating blogs for lots of inspiration and ideas.
Love the chilly design, totally makes me think of a beautiful snowy wood. Simply beautiful is right!ReplyDelete
makes me think about fresh winter snow - how it feels and looks as it falls down in the winter mornings! thanks for sharing-ReplyDelete
So beautiful, makes me wish for cooler weather :))ReplyDelete
Very pretty! I love the bright blue :) TFS! I am a follower and a friend and would be honored if you would check out my blog at http://acreativejourneywithmelissa.blogspot.com and become a follower if you aren't already :) Have a great weekend!ReplyDelete
Such a fabby scene, LOVE those trees...brrr it looks cold, GORGEOUS!ReplyDelete
great card as always. love the backgroundReplyDelete
Great card Becky, it makes me think of winter and the cool crisp air. Great background and a really stunning scene. TFSReplyDelete
BEAUTIFUL snowflake card missus! love it!ReplyDelete
Great card. I love the wintery feel...ReplyDelete
WOW... love the paper you used for the background. LOVELY CARD! TFS!ReplyDelete