Friday, October 28, 2011

Snowflake City

Here I am again with a card casing the Queen for the Day on Splitcoaststampers. It's every Friday and it seems the week flies by...rather scary. The Queen this week is an awesome, awesome stamper. It is Julie Warner aka justwritedesigns. Here is her card. I know, I's gorgeous, as all of her cards are. I gave it a try and this is what you get.

My large pile of snowflakes came from the remnants of a border punch called Aspen Snowflakes by Martha Stewart and a MS Polar Stamp and Punch. What would we do without Martha? In my case, have a lot more money in my wallet.
For my glitter (you can't see, although that is a lot) on the snowflakes, I'm using my Jelly Roll pen by Sakura. I love that thing.  The pretty pine cones/needles are Mark's Finest Papers called Greetings of the Season. I've torn the layers and sponged each one. I forgot my ribbon and sentiment piece until it was too late so I stamped my sentiment at the top.

O.K., I had a heavy week of card making and this will be it for me until Monday. Have a super weekend.

Stamps: Mark's Finest Papers-Greetings of the Season
Paper: PTI white cardstock
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black and Summer Sky, Stampin'Up! Night of Navy
Accessories: Copics, Martha Stewart Aspen Snowflakes border punch, Martha Stewart Polar Stamp and Punch


Basslady said...

hun, i love this card so much!

you sponged the pine so wonderful...and the bunch of snowflakes are such a beautiful effect!

GREAT job!

oh, by the way...i don't mention the word "dumpling"...don't want to make you hungry...i know it must be early in the morning in your time-zone...hahaha

hugs and kisses from germany,

Pam~ said...

This is gorgeous!!! I love your corner of snowflakes ... looks fabulous! Great color too! I have not tried Martha's punches but I always like what I see on your cards!

Hussena said...

i saw the original card but have to say i love your's more!!....beautiful layering with the snowflakes and the waves you have so lovely

Marisa said...

Love the pile of snowflakes and touch of pine cones in the corner. A wonderful winter scene :)

Emily Keaton said...

Oh, that pile of snowflakes is SO sweet, Benzi!! Can you believe that we got our first snow of the season overnight? Just a dusting, and I think it's all melted now, but really. It's not even Halloween yet!! My hubby needed an ice scraper to uncover his car this a.m. Anyway, CUTE card!!

Lynne in NI said...

Ohhh, your pile of snowflakes on your snowdrifts is so pretty! Sorry, I've been a bad blogger of late ... all boring work stuff etc! I can see I've missed loads here, so off to check out the rest of your creations! Have a great weekend Brenda!

Carol Hurlock said...

Oh that is so pretty Benz. I love the flurry of snow and the sweet pine needles and pine cone. Gorgeous card my friend.

Bear Hugs,

Carol L said...

You did a wonderful case of Julie's card and made it your own with all those pretty snowflakes. I hope this card didn't influence Mother Nature too much however.......we're supposed to get 2-4 inches {or more} of snow tomorrow :(((

Bonnie said...

Beautiful snowflakes and I still love that pine bough!

Shannon White said...

Wowzers! Miss Brenda this is just Gorgeous! love all the Fabulous snowflakes and layered snowdrifts too! So Wonderful!

Hope you have a Fantastic weekend Lady!


Maria said...

This is one gorgeous wintery nature scene!!! Love the pine cones in the upper corner and the pile of snowflakes to the side are amazing!!! Take care and have a great weekend!!:-))

Joanne (jojot) said...

absolutely truly did Julie proud....she is a fabulous stamper and were truly inspired on this one

Crafterkhush said...

Such a gorgeous gorgeous card.... :-)... Absolutely love it...!!

Julie said...

Love your mountain of snowflakes! Gorgeous card! Love the sponged torn layers! So pretty!