I was testing myself to see if I could create a card in 30-60 minutes. I still can't seem to get there. I don't know where I'm going wrong, lol. Since my sister has started to make Christmas layouts, she got me into the spirit of it. So I decided to create a card that was inspired by my friend, her 3 kids & hubby. I was also trying to steer away from non-traditional colors but somehow I got sucked back into green and red. I should have used my crazy dp's. It would have brought life back to this card. Maybe that's where I go wrong. I take to long to choose the card stock, pattern paper, etc.
Picture 1: The front of the card. I originally had heat embossed the base of the card but i ruined it at the end so I had to chop it off, flip it over, scalloped it, inked it and then use it as my mat.
Picture 2: Closeup. I flocked all the snow people. Hopefully this picture gives you a glimpse of that. But I think it was a waste of time. I really don't think they needed it. They prob would have looked better had I gliterized them.
I am also entering this card into a couple of challenges:
My Pink Stamper - Winter Theme
Cricut Cardz - Use Scalloped Circles, Ovals, Squares, Etc
Paper Sundaes - Christmas in August
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