July 29, 2014

Look At Frosty Go

Good morning!  On this muggy day I thought I might share a card that makes you think about colder days.  Yep, it's a Christmas card.  It was made with a few challenges in mind.  I'll share those at the end of the post.  Here's my card...

So, I decided to go with a mostly kraft card again.  I stamped the sentiment (by Prickly Pear) and embossed in white.  Then I stamped my flourishes (Inkadinkado) and snowflakes (Recollections) and also embossed in white.  I was trying to make it seem like Frosty just took off in a cloud of snowy dust.  :-).  Lastly, I attached my kraft panel to a white card base with foam dots.it's simple but I think it's kind of fun.  :-)

Here's the challenges I'm linking up to:

Festive Friday - Love the inspiration photo this time around!  I was inspired by the brown of the basket and pine cones and the white.  All that white made me think of snow.

Christmas Cards all Year Long - make a card in non traditional colours
Less is More - anything goes

Well, hope you all have a super day and thanks for stopping by!  :-)


  1. Love embossed white on kraft and the mix of flourishes with snowflakes is funky x

  2. Fab card and I have become your latest blog follower !!

  3. Love this - it brought a smile to my face to picture Frosty just outside the frame of the card! So glad you joined us at Festive Friday!

  4. Love kraft and white, super card!
    Thanks so much for joining LIM this week
    Less is More Designer

  5. Hi Kim!! Thank you for visiting me!! This is a very Cute n' Simple creation. Love how that white stands out on the kraft cardstock. I should use it more often!! Aloha, Jen

  6. Your card is brilliant...so much fun and perfect timing - on a hot muggy day - to be thinking of Frosty (actually, you have me thinking of the snowman from Frozen who wants to experience summer....too funny!). Paper Crafting Challenge is having a 'kraft' theme this week, so run this sweet card over there asap...

  7. I'm sorry this comment is so late, but I was on holiday in Spain last week and wifi was a little limited and slow!
    This is a simply lovely card Kim!
    Thanks so much
    "Less is More"


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