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Snowmen Fall From Heaven Unassembled

This is my second post as a guest designer on the Firecracker Designs digi team. I loved this image as soon as I saw it. It was a breeze to color and so easy to use. It is also nestie compatible, although I hand cut my image and mat.




I broke out my brand new October Afternoon holiday papers and my favorite trim. (I found some more at a local crafting store and bought the last little bit they had.) I used up some old snowflake eyelets that have been in my stash forever. I don't know where I got them or who made them. Both layers of DP were dry embossed to add a little texture.



You can keep track of what is going on with Fire Cracker Designs on Pamela's blog or by visiting the store. You can see the Child of Winter digi I used along with the rest of the series HERE in the store. Did you know that Pamela offers a free digi most week ends? The one from last week end is a wonderful autumn digi. Download it before it is moved into the shop.



Thank you for looking!



Challenges:




Supplies:

  • Stamps: Child of Winter from Fire Cracker Designs by Pamela
  • Papers & CS: October Afternoon Very Merry Fill the Stockings & Write the Cards, PTI white CS, Neenah Solar White, SU Chocolate Chip, misc. green.
  • Inks: None
  • Tools: Cropadile, Copic Markers, Big Shot, Swiss Dots & Distressed Stripes Provocraft embossing folders.
  • Embellishments: Colonial Brown Hug Snug seam binding, PTI bakers twine, misc. trim, misc. snow flake eyelets

Comments

Karin said…
Way cute! That image is adorable and I love how the sentiment is the frame. Glad you were able to snag more of that trim, it really is cute.
Joan Ervin said…
What a darling image and your coloring is beautiful!!! Love the trim, too, and the little snowflakes are the perfect finishing touch!!!!
Tammy said…
Gorgeous card Cheryl! I love that sweet image and wonderful sentiment! Fantastic textures!
Marlene said…
You HAND CUT that?!!! I'm impressed!
Curt in Carmel said…
I love this card and image! I also thank you for reminding me that you can dry emboss printed paper! I always forget about that and yours looks so wonderful. I also love the sentiment with this image. Best, Curt
Lisa Jane said…
Fab image , love the dp's and that bobbly ribbon is perfect. Thanks for joining us at Sarah Hurley challenges
lisa ;)
Ann said…
Fabulous - love the sentiment and the stamp - just gorgeous.
Ann xxx
Bah! Humbug! DT
Anneke said…
Hi Cheryl!
This is a beautiful christmas card!
Thanks for joining us at digital Tuesday :)
Hugs Anneke
Shelly Schmidt said…
I love what you did with this sweet image! The embossing on the DSp really adds alot to the card. I have some of those snowflake brads too..! TFS
whoistracy said…
So sweet! If only snow felt like that here in the north. LOL Thanks for playing along with us at Card Patterns.
What a cute image, you can just imagine kids just like that. Love the coloring and really, hand cut, wow! Have a great weekend!
Karen B. said…
Love the image and the sentiment, and of course your design!
Maria Matter said…
adorable Cheryl!!! what a fun sentiment and fabby papers! great job!
Patricia said…
Very pretty. Thanks for joining us at Southern Girls.
~Patricia
SGC DT
Chrissy D said…
Hi Cheryl - I hope you have a wONDERFUL weekend! Love your card!!! Great color combo and that fringe ribbon is FANTASTIC!
Chrissy D said…
Hi Cheryl - I hope you have a wONDERFUL weekend! Love your card!!! Great color combo and that fringe ribbon is FANTASTIC!
Riet said…
So beautiful card Cheryl,I love the image and the colours.
So gorgeous papers.

Hugs Riet.xx
Perfection!! Great image along with the sentiment! Love the pastry string too!! I'm still not ready to think about xmas/winter cards though!!
Maria
sue said…
LOve your card! Your embellies work so well! Thanks for joining our first challenge at SGC.
coldwaters2 said…
Beautiful card Cheryl love the image and papers thank you for joining us this week at Digital Tuesday
Hugs
Lorraine x
1CardCreator said…
Wow! Love this Cheryl, the dp's are great together. I love the patterned paper with the embossed dots and then the pearls carry the snowball theme to another level! ~Diane
Max said…
Fabby card - super image and sentiment. Thank you for sharing your favourites with us at Bah! Humbug!

Luv'n'Stuff
Max
xx
Max's Craft Creations
Bah! Humbug! Challenges DT
Joanne Gilch said…
Nice grouping of trim and twine with the DSPs and hand cut image. Gotta love it when you go to the stash and use something you have held onto for so long.
Emma H said…
Great card, thanks for playing along with Fab n Funky!
Samantha said…
What a lovely card. I love the sentiment. Thanks for joining us at Southern Girls this week.
Hugs
Sam xx
Irene said…
What a stunning card, I love your backing papers. Your image is fabulous and perfectly coloured. Your snowball trim looks so perfect of your card.

Thank you so much for joining in our latest challange at Bah!Humbug!

irene
xxx
Bah!Humbug
karenw said…
I can see why you needed to use this image, it is so cute. A beautiful card. thanks for joining us at SGC.
Jo Davies said…
Such a lovely Christmas card Cheryl, thanks for sharing with us this week over at Crafty Sentiments.

Hugs Jo xxx
Terry said…
Hiya thanks for joining us at the Stamp tember blog hop at Simon Says Stamp, your card is absolutely adorable. wowwwwie Hugs Terry xxxx
Jane said…
Gorgeous design and details and I love the sentiment! thanks for joining us at Simon Says Stamp, hugs, Jane xxx
Kathy said…
Darling image and very sweet card. Love the bit of twine on the side, looks neat.
Heather said…
How cute, I love that sentiment. Thank you for joining us at Crafty Sentiments :)
Michelle Singer said…
Beautiful card. Awesome job with the hand cutting. I thought you used nesties for sure. Thanks for joining us at Southern Girls this challenge.
Hugz,
Michelle
Lisa said…
Beautiful work! Thanks for joining us at Stamp Something this week!
p.s. clicked on 4 of your ads...would love you to come click mine!
Tineke's hobby said…
What a beautiful card the image is very cute
Great take on our challenge, thanks for joining us at Fussy and Fancy. Hope you join us next time
Tineke
Axa said…
this is gorgeous!

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