Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Double D, Baby It's Cold Outside--Winter

Good Morning!

A brand new Challenge is up and running over at the Double D Challenge Blog. 

Check out this Inspirational Tile!

 
Time to chill out!
 
 
 
I Heat Embossed my trees in White Powder, they are from PTI, Joyful Christmas all on a Spellbinders Small Labels die cutI then splattered White Craft Paint all over, it gives off quite a chilly effect!  My Designer Papers are by DCW, Ice Crystals.  
 
 
 

 
Tim Holtz Holiday Words Script dies, Merry was cut twice out of White Glitter Paper.  Sheer Ribbon, White Enamel Dots, Iridescent Sequins, Silver Twine and a fabulous large Rhinestone Button--which I think came from one of my Holiday Sweaters.  (you know that little plastic bag they add one or two extra buttons too?  Don't throw them away.....ever!!!).
 
This card will be entered into the Challenges at; Stamping Sensations, Winter Trees And Flowers and Scrapy Land, Anything Goes!
 
Please come on over to the Double D Blog and join in all of the FUN!  You'll be glad you did as there is always a pretty prize up for grabs!
 
Here's the prize for Baby It's Cold Outside--Winter Challenge.
 
 
 
Cool, right?!?!
 
Enjoy~~





17 comments:

  1. Bring on the snow! Love your snowy trees and the frosty flakes. That bow all gather up in a jewel. Great card to remind me of the snow that we will not get here. Lol

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  2. WOW this is so, so pretty! LOVE that ribbon & button treatment! Merry Christmas my friend!!

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  3. We've got plenty of white stuff on the ground already but it sure is pretty as is your card! The frosty trees are lovely in white!!

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  4. WOW!!! This is gorgeous!!! Thank you for linking your beautiful card with Scrapy Land Challenge!
    Hugs
    Samra DT
    Paper Talk with Samra

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  5. A lovely wintery card for our current theme at Stamping Sensations challenge, many thanks for joining in.

    B x

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  6. Spectacular card, Donna!! This makes me want it to snow! I love the embossed trees. Your bow and center jeweled button look fabulous!

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  7. Beautiful card with the white trees. Very lovely.
    Thank you for joining at Stamping Sensations this month

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  8. So pretty, love the wire brush look to the trees, pretty snowflake background and great use of your fancy button, Oh I save all my buttons, if a clothing item isn't in well enough shape to give to goodwill, I take off every button before throwing it away, or cutting it up for rags :) Hope you and your family have a lovely Christmas with that new grandbaby!

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  9. That is so beautiful and it sure does give the illusion of winter. I really love the trees images used.

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  10. Those white embossed trees are sooooo pretty! And, oh, my gosh, that gorgeous bow with the bejeweled center -- exquisite! Very wintry and gorgeous, Donna. Merry Christmas!

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  11. A super wintry card, loving the trees, they remind me of the ones in green we used to decorate our Christmas cake with when we were kids! xx

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  12. This is sooooo gorgeous!!! This makes me feel "baby, it's cold outside. Merry Christmas to you and yours.

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  13. It's Christmas Eve and I am sitting here enjoying all our lovely creations over at Double D. I am so in love with those bottle brush stamps, I think I need them! This is a wonderful design, perfectly sweet and perfect for the challenge. Merry Christmas, my friend! Hugs~

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  14. A lovely elegant Christmas card! Thanks for joining our challenge at Stamping Sensations. Marlies

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  15. An absolutely stunning card! I hope you and your family had a wonderful Christmas and will have a great New Year! Hugs, Autumn

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  16. I just bought this set and haven't had a chance to play with it. I love your very subtle snowflake background and the way you showcased those gorgeous trees. Really lovely card!

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  17. I adore those trees and the pretty ribbon.

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