Sunday, February 5, 2017

Snow Angel


It is the start of February 2017, and I am the recipient of the card kits in January.  I have received all of the kits and I trying to get them all done in February.  I have two months after "my" month to complete and post my cards, so I do have until the end of March, but I am going to try to get them down much sooner.  My goal for this card kit group this time around is to make two projects from every kit.  Every person who sends me a kit includes quite a few images--and many times there are a couple of different images included in each kit.  And, they senders are very generous in the papers and embellishments, so I can easily make two projects from each kit.   Wish me Luck on both counts!  Oh, and in case you have not made the connection if you are a frequent visitor to my blog, my wish list for the month of kits was Snow!  Snowmen, snowflakes, snowing, and anything with that fluffy, white stuff.  Not heavy--just fluffy!

This is the second card is from kit #3, sent by Kelly.   Kelly sent a fun kit with 2 different images--the Ski Bunny from yesterday and this cute snow angle today!  She also included a bunch of great patterned papers and matching embellishments for me to use.  I hope I did OK and that Kelly likes my creations.  Thanks for a great kit Kelly--Thanks Bunches!!!! 

Three kits down--9 to go!  This group runs the entire year of 2017 and we have someone to send to every month, until December.



I also used a glitter pen on the star and on his wings.

Here is the inside of my card:





Image/Sentiment: Whiff of Joy Snowman Stamp

Ink:  Memento Tuxedo Black

Cardstock:  Recollections 110# White; Stampin' Up Night of Navy, Rich Razzleberry, Bashful Blue; The Paper Company Kraft; Bo Bunny Altitude Collection Patterned Paper


Accessories: 
Copic Markers; Large Sequins; Blue Brads; Circle Punches; Snowflake Stickers on the inside; Spectrum Noir Glitter Pen; Chipboard Winter Sentiment;



1 comment:

Maxine D said...

What a cutie Barb - love how you have coloured and mounted the image, and the fabulous layers
Blessings
Maxine