Sunday, January 26, 2014

"A Snowy Day" Continues

Here are some more pieces of inspiration for the snowy challenge.  The Design Team would love to see some of your "cool" creations.
I used a number of images from Vintage Image Craft to make my collage on a Gelli print tag.  Some of the images were trimmed down or cut apart to fit the tag.
 This is such a fun image from our generous sponsor Vintage Image Craft!
Brilliance gold & a Chiswik background stamp creates a snowy background on the navy card.
The gold thread represents our golden childhood memories, the fun and good times we had.
The shiny red cardstock forms a perfect frame for the kids.
Come join in our snowy fun.
I have used an image kindly supplied by Vintage Image Crafts on their facebook page - mounting on to a shaped piece of patterned card that was then matted on to a pearlescent card blank. The glittered layered snowflakes and holly are from an old Anna Griffin kit and the glittered ribbon is the final piece (shame there's none left now). 

Since I missed posting the first week of this challenge I decided to share two creations, a card and an ATC. Both feature lovely vintage images from our challenge sponsor.  It rarely snows where I live so it was nice to live a snowy day fantasy through these creations.  However I know that some people wish it wasn't snowing quite so much with the winter storms and all -- I hope that the weather will calm down and that everyone can be safe!
Who can resist this adorable pair from Vintage Image Craft? This naughty little dog is too cute. I slightly inked the edges of the images and layered it on hessian and patterend paper. The pendant is embellished with some lace, snowflakes and little blings.
For this week's challenge I made another ATC, I love making them and they can quickly be made into a full sized card or given just as it it. I used Cherry cobbler for the fancy frame the image is on. I wanted a bit of sparkle so layered it on some gold glitter cardstock. I found the image on Vintage Image Craft on Facebook.