Friday, January 1, 2010

Happy New Year! After being inspired by so many wonderful cardmakers' blogs, I'm finally starting my own. What a great way to share what we're all working on!

This winter, I was so inspired by Diana Crick (Score-Pal and Magnolia-licious) and a card that she had made for CardMaker Magazine, I just had to try out my own take on it. When I looked at my stash--I had the paper, the punch--everything but the Magnoila stamp! And that's where it started--ordering my first 2 Magnolias. Diana--here is my take on your card--and I hope I did it justice!



I don't have a full supply list, but used BoBunny paper, Martha Stewart snowflake punch, Nestabilities dies, and Prismacolor pencils (with OMS).

I have quite a few more cards to show you--let me know what you think!

9 comments:

Peggie said...

So very pretty! Love all the snowflakes!

Pam S. said...

cute! love the snowflake wreath!
Pam Going Postal

angel4031 said...

WOW This is sooooooo cute I LOVE it!!! x x

Sharon Caudle said...

Beautiful card, Deb!! I think you did Diana very proud. Tilda is adorable and love the snowflakes! Welcome to the wonderful world of blogging, and hope you understand how addicting it is. LOL! Looking forward to seeing much more out of you. Happy New Year! hugs!

Candy said...

Oh Deb, You did Diana proud! Such a lovely card!! Love all of those snowflakes :o)
Looking forward to seeing much more of your wonderful work.
Thanks for joining us Maggie nuts.
Happy New Year - Hugs, Candy

Patti.Jo said...

Love the design! Tilda is so cute! Terrific work!

cabio's craft corner said...

Beautiful vellum and circled with those snowflakes. Fabulous Tilda card to share!
Hugs,
Cabio

Tracy Boyle said...

Deb, you have a wonderful gift and we are so lucky to have you in our club! This is gorgeous! You need to start posting on STAMPTV. Gina will add you to her design team in no time with your quality of work! Lovely!

Diana Crick said...

Yes, Diana is very proud and honoured. You did a beautiful job and I am thrilled to have introduced you to the world of Magnolias.
higs, Diana