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Christmas Card & Blog Candy Winner

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I have another Christmas card to share today. This is another card that I made to be easily mailed. The white snow flake is made from a coffee filter spritzed with glimmer mist.

Thank you to every one that entered my blog candy drawing.

The winner of the 2 My Mind’s Eye Six by Six pads (Darling Dear & All Spice) is….

Lucky number 13 – Annette A. of My Clever Creations!

Annette, please email me at shestamps11-blogs(at)yahoo(dot)com with your snail mail address and I will get these in the mail to you.

Thank you for dropping by! I hope you have a fabulous week end!

Supplies:

  • Stamps: Tree Trimming Trio from Papertrey
  • Inks: Stampin’ Up Real Red & Whisper White
  • Papers: Papertrey kraft CS, Stampin’ Up Real Red
  • Tools: Sewing machine, Big Shot, Provocraft embossing folder, Papertrey Damask snowflakes & edgers collection die
  • Embellishments: Tattered Angels Glimmer mist, misc button & twine, coffee filters

Challenges:

Comments

Jacilynn said…
wow, I love this card! great snowflake and sentiment.
Merry Christmas!
Jacilynn
Linda B said…
Wow, what a beautiful card... and a coffee filter!... who would have known.
Congratulations to your winner... what a great prize... love MME paper pads.
Annette said…
woohoo lucky number 13....Cheryl thank you so so much...my day has just brightened up...

Your card is gorgeous...I love red on kraft paper and this snowflake is adorable...LOVE IT
WencheP said…
WOW - this is gorgeous. Love it. Thanks for joining us at Do You Stack Up.

-Wenche
shells-crafts said…
ohhhhh this is lovely. x
Karin said…
Woo Hoo! Congrats to the winner and I love that snowflake card too...Great coffee filter idea :)
Kathy and Lucky said…
This is beautiful and to think it is a coffee filter, gorgeous!!! Have a great weekend, sounds like you have a fun lined up.
Jennifer said…
Your snowflake is just fabulous!! Love the button center and the embossing background!
Chrissy said…
What a fabulous idea with the coffee filter, gorgeous snowflake, love the button centre..
Congrats to Annette.

Luv CHRISSYxx
Beautiful card! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Made Especially For You!

Ashley
http://especiallymade.blogspot.com
Davi said…
Beautiful Cheryl! I love the draft with the pretty layered snowflake!!
Sara I. said…
How brilliant to use a coffee filter!! And all that on kraft is completely divine!! Love it!
Congratulations Annette! Happy Crafting! xx
cgl1539 said…
Congrats Annette!
Anita said…
Beautiful Christmas card Cheryl and so amazing that came from a coffee filter!
Mynnette said…
Oh my word! This is AMAZING and stunning!!! LOVE that layered snowflake--it's superb! :) Beautiful card!!!
Carly said…
This is a gorgeous card! I love the effect.

Thankyou so much for sharing your project with us at Creative Craft Challenges.

xoxoxox Carly
Donna said…
Wow Cheryl, this is so beautiful, I love the red, white & kraft together and how cool you've used a coffee filter for your snowflake :) Donna ♥ x
You've OUTDONE yourself with the Christmas cards this year!!! Another beauty here!!

Love that you used a coffee filter. I'd NEVER of thought of that!!!

Maria :)
Tammy said…
Clever use of a coffee filter! Very pretty card.
Lovely card - and very creative!
Pendra said…
Cute card Cheryl, a coffee filter? Wow, that is so amazing! Congrats to Annette for your candy winner and thanks for the chance!
Crafty Holiday Hugs,
Pendra
pendrasplace.blogspot.com
Holly said…
Cheryl this is a fabulous card! I love the simple line of stitching through the snowflake. Thanks for playing in Squigglefly's challenge!
Franz♥ said…
Really lovely work, Cheryl!

Thank you very much for sharing it with us at Deep Ocean this fortnight, hugs, Franz.

p.s.: I have some candy if you like!
Audrey Pettit said…
My goodness, this is just stunning, Cheryl! Love that coffee filter snowflake to pieces. Such a gorgeous combo with the embossed kraft and the pop of pink! Wow!
Thanks so much for sharing this with us at The Kraft Journal. :)
Tammy said…
This is gorgeous Cheryl!! I love your coffee filter snowflake! Awesome idea!
xiumaiyuki said…
Gorgeous card! Those snowflakes are to die for. And the stitching across... mwah!!
xiumaiyuki said…
Gorgeous card! Those snowflakes are to die for. And the stitching across... mwah!!
xiumaiyuki said…
Gorgeous card! Those snowflakes are to die for. And the stitching across... mwah!!
Dodici said…
Stunning card,Cheryl!Great design!
Thanks for joining us at ATSC!
Dodici
x
princesskitten said…
fabulous

kitten - DYSU team
Peggy said…
This is so cute. Thanks for playing with us at Going Grey with Scrap-Creations.

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