Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Baby it's Cold Outside

I made this card for the latest Crop Chocolate challenge, its based on the January theme of ice.  We had to use mittens in some form and some bling. I cut these out of the Cameo and used some twine and added the snowflakes and bling.  I just got this stamp set for Christmas and I am so excited to use it.  My daughter always complains that I never make her cards so this one is going in her lunch with a special note from Mom.  She loves to get little notes from me and I know she is going to love this one, I just love how it turned out.

Supplies used
  • Portebello Road 6x6
  • Spellbinders Create a Flake
  • Unity Stamps Snow Flake Kisses
  • Cameo
  • Distress Ink
  • Twine

21 comments:

  1. What a sweet card! Your daughter will love it!

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  2. Corrie, your daughter will love this! I think the baker's twine wrapped around the cuffs is brilliant! Love you, girl.

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  3. Fun use of the twine and I love the sentiment!

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  4. Lovely card espc with the twine !

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  5. These mittens look so warm and cozy. Fun twine technique.
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  6. Very cute!! I love how you've used the twine

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  7. Adorable card! Hope your daughter enjoys it!

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  8. Cute card Corrie! Your daughter will love this!

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  9. I love this card! So cozy looking :)

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  10. Mittens, and twine, and snowflakes, oh my! This is really, really cute!

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  11. Love this card!! Great job with the twines, your card looks Awesome!!

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  12. What a sweet card! Your DD will LOVE it!!

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  13. This is fabulous on every level! The twine is a genius touch! Your daughter will love it!

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  14. Awsome! Love how you used the twine and that sentiment is perfect!

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  15. Very cute snowflake mittens card--I like the twine.

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  16. Super cute! Your dd will be so excited! Love how you did the twine!

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