Sunday, July 8, 2012

A Purr-fect Christmas

Today I have another of Ian Hallow's "Mulberry Wood" images to share with you.  This one is called "Purr'fect Christmas" and it would be great for the cat lover on your card list.
I loved doing the snowy scene in the middle of this 100 degree Midwest heat wave.  Plus it was an excuse to use glitter again, LOL ;-) Finally the weatherman predicts the heat will break tomorrow. 

I stamped the image and greeting onto white card stock and colored it with my Spectrum Noir markers.  When I stamped the greeting, I was sure to leave enough room to add a ribbon.  I used red glitter on the garland, and liberally applied Tulip snow and ultrafine glitter on the ground and dots for snowflakes.

I corner punched the top edges, and used a scallop punch on the bottom.  I had folded the white card base as a top fold, specifically so that I could do a scalloped bottom edge.  The white layer was then layered onto green, which I also scalloped, and then on to the white card base, again scalloped.

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Marge Dady


Welkom bij Happy Stamper said...

ooooooooooh i realy love this blog there are so manny lovely cards here.

also this one, just love it :)


AJ Scrapbooking and Cards said...

Beautiful! I love how you used the glitter for the snow and the image is so cute. TFS AJ~

Stacy H-W said...

Definitely the Purrfect card Marge!! LOL It definitely had a "cool" feel to it!! ha

Dawn's Craft Place said...

So darn cute that is for sure! Love the glitter snow!

Barb Turpin said...

Very the little doily edge!

Cheryl said...

This is just darling!! I just love all the glitter!

Kathy said...

Marge, this is so stinking cute!!! love your coloring and adore the snow glitter, excellent job girl!!

KYCrafter said...

Great job as usual Marge!

Caryn S said...

I'm not a cat person but sheesh this is cute! Love the snow!

LaJanette said...

WOW! Loving all that sparkle:0)