Friday, November 25, 2011

Phindy's Place Friday - A Sprinkling of Snow

Good morning everyone, Happy Black Friday!  I've already been to Michael's and back and am ready to have a day at home of chores and crafting.  I am not a big black Friday shopper but if I can get a deal on my craft supplies, I will!  I also have big plans of getting my Christmas decorations up this weekend!  

Today at Phindy's Place we are starting our new challenge, A Sprinkling of Snow.  Snow themes are one of my most favorite cards to make, I just love this time of year!  For my project I used the Phindy's Place image, First Snow.  This little guy is such a cutie.  The minute I saw this digi I just HAD to have it!

I've seen this shape card several times and I just love the way it looks.  Plus, I always love to try out a new shape and style.  I think this little guy was just made for this type of card!

Materials Used:
Copic Markers - B28, B26, B24, B21, B02, B00, B000, B0000, C9, C7, C5, C3, C1, E11, E01, E000, E0000
MS Snowflake Punches
Cricut Expression
Spellbinder's dies
TLC sentiment
Viva Decor Ice White pearl pen

Here's a close up of this little guy.  

So, now it's your turn to make us your snow creation.  If you need inspiration don't forget to stop by the challenge blog and see all the other great cards that the DT created.

Thanks so much for stopping by,


  1. Marlena, this is STUNNING! I love the way you've colored him, your coloring always amazes me. Such a fun fold here, going to have to try it. Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving with your family!

  2. Marlena, I just had to stop by and tell you how absolutely gorgeous this card is. Your coloring is spectacular and the shape and embellishments are beautiful. I love to see your creations.

  3. besides your gorgeous coloring - I love this unusual shape - how clever (-:

  4. Hi Marlena!
    I absolutely adore this card. It looks magnificent with the soft and bright blue colour combo. And your colouring...well ypu totally rock!!! Hugs...Mona


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