Sunday, December 4, 2016

Whoa, winter has arrived here. We may get a dusting of snow this morning. I love looking out at pristine snow and seeing it fall. That's it. I don't want to shovel it, drive in it or trudge through it.  This card today is another from the class I took and it is a doozy. The front of the trees are one paper and the other side is a different pattern. I love how the inside looks too. I don't know that I will make another one but I do love how this came out. Be kind to one another.



I'm sorry, I meant to turn the middle picture but forgot. It is to show you the other side of the front trees. The card ties in front to close it.

10 comments:

  1. Snow?! I love seeing it, but I'm with you, Brenda--don't want to drive in it! Very rainy here today, so good day for watching football & decorating the tree. What a fun class that must have been--LOVE this unusual & fantastic card! Sending hugs from Oregon!

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  2. Hi Brenda, I agree with Greta, this is an amazing card, and the papers you chose are so fun and festive! Hey, we are supposed to get snow...maybe tonight or tomorrow...the kids would love to have NO SCHOOL!! Here in Oregon it doesn't normally last very long...but it is so pretty and as long as my panty is full, I am good with snow because I don't drive in it either...and as long as we don't lose power!! Have a great Sunday!! Heart Hugs, Col

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  3. Wow! That card design is so cool! I've never seen anything like that before, and I love it!!

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  4. What an amazing card Brenda - very clever design. We haven't gas snow here for a few years now, nice to see it but don't want it to last too long when we get it.

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  5. Love this card, Brenda, what an unusual design. It looks so complicated to make, but you've done a fabulous job.
    No snow here, clear blue skies and very cold though. xx

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  6. Wow. This is an amazing card. Love the construction and the fab tree. Very cold here in the UK. Too cold for snow at the moment. Hugs Mrs A.

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  7. Mmm, I don't know, that looks too complicated for me to figure out. It's like geometry or something. But I do love how it looks and love all the festive holiday patterns you used! Enjoy the first snow of the season ... from your window!! Love and hugs, Darnell

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  8. Oh wow, I absolutely love this!! The design is amazing!! I love the papers you used, too!! What a gorgeous card this is!! We didn't get any snow down here (thank goodness!!) Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  9. Love this intricate shape and the beautiful papers you selected for this nifty unusual card. What a terrific effort you've done in the class, and it shows! I do hope you'll try it again. It's a pattern I've not seen. Happy snow. You can have it! We got some more rain this afternoon. Hugs & TFS

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  10. This is adorable! Loving the pretty papers you used. I'm going to have to search for a video on this one.

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