Sunday, September 14, 2008

Merry Cali-Christmas!

Don't you love when you think up a card and it actually turns out just the way you envisioned it? Rarely does a finished project look the way I first planned it to look. Sometimes that is good and sometimes that is bad. LOL This one went from brain to paper in one easy movement. I love those days!This was for a swap on and I made 10 of them. My hand was killing me from all that distressing. I would love for this to be our family Christmas card, but I don't think my hands can take it. :)

All supplies are SUO:

cardstock: Very Vanilla, Kraft, Baja Blue, Brocade Blue
Ink: Brocade Blue, baja Blue
Acessories: 1" double stitched grosgrain in Baja Blue, blender pens, dazzling diamonds,, hemp, word window punch, colored pencils, cutter kit ( distressing tool)
Stamp Sets: Shellebrate, Warm Words ( on dormant list)


Lisa Page said...

Cute! Sorry about your hand being tired- it was worth it! I think the distressing on the edges reminds me of soft, fluffy snow. Great for this card! TFS

Sara Mattson-Blume said...

I love it when a card comes together! My mojo has been off a bit lately.

This is the cutest card! The color combo is brilliant!

jazzystamper said...

he he a surfin snowman. I love the colours too. I actulally broke a nail distressing once ouch!!

Jaz xox

June said...

Now he's a cute surfin' snowman! I love to distress edges too, but you're right, it's work if you have alot of edges to do. TFS -great card!

Eileen said...

Very cute! I wish all my cards would turn out as nice as I envisioned them... LOL TFS~~

Eileen (SCS Group 4)

Stephanie said...

Love the surfing snowman! Very nice - and not overdone! Maybe you could tear the edges of the paper for your xmas card to make it easier on you??
good job!

Catrules said...

cute card, I was looking at this set. It looks like fun.

Shellie G. said...

Distressing can be well....distressing to say the least. I distressed the edges of 16 pieces of cardstock for my son's bday invites....the top of my hand still feel like it's on fire. I love it when card comes together in a snap though. My City of David card was like that.