Wednesday, November 6, 2013


Hi there, thanks for stopping by.  

Did you get a chance to see the Sparkle N Sprinkle November 1st reveal?  If you did, then you saw what the Design Team came up with using the new Winter Wonderland set:

Stamp Set 517 - A Winter Wonderland 

It is such a versatile stamp. In my last card I spotlit the scene:

So now I've taken a totally different spin on my second card.  I stamped the winter scene on white card and colored with Copics.  I framed over it with embossable acetate covered with Velvet Sparkle, so that it looked like a snow scene. I used April's Faux Patina  technique to create the snowflake background. I had a little Cloud Nine Snowman, from the Snow One's Like You set, sitting on my desk and decided to incorporate him into the scene.  

Plenty of sparkle and fun! Hope you enjoyed your visit today!

Please stop by again soon!



  1. Another one knocked out of the ballpark! Great job

  2. Fabulous card. Love the design you came up with!!

  3. Fabulous ..I just love the way you use sparkle on cards ..Its amazing !

  4. So pretty! Love how you combined these two images and all that sparkle!

  5. What an imagination, Miss Shona! Love your colors, sparkle, and JOY in this sweet card! Very pretty, and so happy! Don't laugh - my favorite part is the brads LOL WONDERFUL color and texture on them, and they look great with the circular snowflake theme in the dry embossed panel. hugs, de

  6. Great card! All that sparklyness and the little snowman makes me smile!

  7. Fab Image love what you have created! xoxo SanDee

  8. Shona, it is really amazing card. All this sparkle and snowy scene are gorgeous. Love the faux patina background too. It seems to me that this darling Snowman dreams to go to a winter wonderland and meet with a cute little deer. Stunning work!
    Eret x

  9. Oh wow these are creatively so beautiful. Love the sparkly touches.
    Hugs Desíre {Doing Life}

  10. Everything is amazing and beautiful ! I love the way you used the stamp set !


  11. Yay, I did purchase this lovely stamp, and am enthralled with how you used it those spotlighted sections of the stamp's scenery. TFS


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