This card was so hard to photograph.Being an (almost) all white card didn't help, and then add to the fact that its cloudy and the sun sets at 4:30pm and well, the lighting sucked. Its a very pretty and striking card in person. I used Cherry Cobbler as an accent color and the only other color on the card is some Daffodil Delight in the house window. The sentiment was stamped in Cherry Cobbler and that piece was also backed with Cherry Cobbler card stock. I used the Cuttlebug Swiss Dots embossing folder to create my background. Its my favorite folder to use to create a falling snow effect. I originally added Dazzling Details to the landscape scene but the glitter actually detracted from the serenity of the card so I cut another piece, removed the glitter covered one and put a clean one back on.
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Exaggerated contrast to show the detail a little more:
Supplies used(all supplies SU unless otherwise noted):
Stamps: More Merry Messages
Paper: Naturals White, Cherry Cobbler, Daffodil Delight
Ink: Cherry Cobbler
Accessories: Cuttlebug, CB Swiss Dots EF, Nestabilities Circles and Lacey Circles, Memory Box Country Landscape Die, dimensionals
Beautiful card. Love the CAS lines. Thanks for joining us at Merry Monday.ReplyDelete
Beautiful card, Lisa! Love the little village and the overall simplicity! So very pretty!ReplyDelete
This turned out absolutely wonderful! I just bought that die but haven't used it yet. Now you make me want to pull it out and use it. Thanks for joining us this week at Merry Monday.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous! The embossing does look like snow: so pretty!ReplyDelete
What a sweet card! Love it.ReplyDelete
Yes! I love this die too and you have used it so well Lisa! The embossed snow is fab! Thanks for joining us at Merry Monday!ReplyDelete
Wonderful card, I love all the fantastic texture. Thank you for joining us for Merry Monday this week.ReplyDelete
This is so pretty with all the white and the snow falling! Cherry Cobbler is a perfect accent color and I love the "light" in the windows! Thanks for sharing with us at Merry Monday, Lisa!ReplyDelete