Friday, November 5, 2010

Blue, Silver and White Christmas card for RRR Challenge

Hello Everyone and Happy Friday.  Hope you all have had a great week.

I've decided to try my hand at a few challenges and here is the first one.  Here is a card that I made for the Really Reasonably Ribbon Challenge #11.  The challenge is to make something using the colors BLUE, SILVER and WHITE. It can be a card, layout, tag, ATC, you name it!! As long as it follows the theme and has ribbon on it.

The picture made the silver look washed out, it is prettier in person. Tilda is stamped on cryogen cardstock and colored with copics.  The snowflakes were cut out using my Spellbinders Create a Flake one die.  More info on what I used to make my card is below.

Hope you have a great weekend.....

Project Recipe:
Stamps:  Magnolia Silent Night Tilda (from the So Jolly, Under the Mistletoe collection)
Paper: card base is American Crafts white cardstock, blues are American Crafts cardstock, silver cardstock  and the snowflake cardstock is by Paper Pizazz, cryogen white cardstock
Accessories: Copic Markers, Spellbinders Create a Flake One dies, silver edged ribbon is from Offray, Pearls

Thanks for stopping by,


Booknplays said...

How cute is she? I love winter and this card really makes me feel like there is snow outside!

I love your other cards posted too.

Good luck on your new blog. You did a great job!

Debbie Yates said...

Congrats on taking the plunge. Your blog is just so cute....your card even cuter! Since I live in Georgia and don't have an ooportunity to enjoy (notice saracsm here) that "white stuff", I really enjoy seeing it on your card!

Keep up the great work!

Peggie said...

Lovely card. I love this stamp. Glad you joined the world of blogging.

Bonnie Garby said...

What a great holiday card! Thanks so much for joining our Really Reasonable Ribbon challenge.

Sparkly Engineer said...

Wonderful card Dawn. So glad you started a blog to showcase them all.