The Rubber Cafe. I sued the stamp set Magical Ball. I stamped my snowman, then I re-stamped him on scraps and cut him out. I used the scrap snowman as a mask and then stamped my snowglobe over top. Then, I stamped the snowglobe on my green cardstock and cut it out for the base. For my sentiment I used Happy Holidays 2, also from The Rubber Cafe. Can you see the snow? In person, it is very fluffy and sparkly, but I couldn't get that to transfer to my photo.
And, in an effort to multi-task, this card qualifies for Sparkles 2010 Christmas Card Challenge #2, which was to use traditional Christmas colours of red, green and white. AND...I used Jen del Muro's sketch for you to Dec 12. Whew!
All this and I cleaned my kitchen, living room, one bathroom and one kids room this afternoon. I'm exhausted!
Today's Question: What is your favourite Christmas treat? Well...I could go on and on...so I will...hehehe! My very favorite are Nanaimo Bars (sometimes referred to as New York Special) however, I will only eat the one's that I make. No, I'm not a snob, it's just that I make a recipe that was passed down from my great-grandmother and everyone who has tried them will tell you they are the best ones. Nothing else can compare...so why bother? LOL! Plus, I love shortbread...but only the really light stuff...okay, maybe I am a bit of Christmas Cookie Snob! And I love almond cookies, the one's that look like snowballs and then you roll them in icing sugar...and fudge...and I could go on and on! What's your favourite?
Stamps: The Rubber Cafe Magical Ball, Happy Holidays 2
Paper: Bazzill Green and Red, 3 Bugs in a Rug Peppermint Stick
Ink: Versafine Onyx Black, B000 Copic Marker
Accessories: Snowflake by The Rubber Cafe, Stickles, Misc. Snowball looking thingys.