Wednesday, November 3, 2010

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Hi Y'all....most of you might know that I love making cards, that have a scene on them and I haven't really made one lately, but today I did ! I used Winter Woodlands for the trees and the cardinal, Christmas Noel for the wreath, My Community for the picket fence and Cindy Loo for the cute lil birdhouse. Oh and the snow drifts are from the Country Life cart, without the sunrise. Did a lil inking and popping and used Tim Holtz Distress Embossing Powder on the fence to give it a weathered look. The snowflakes are a Fiskars punch. Used some of the beautiful So Sophie paper and I embossed the snow and background paper with the Snowflakes, Cuttlebug folder. Thanks for stopping by.....happy hump day !!!!



This is adorable! I love the red polka dot paper too! :)


Happy Hump Day to you!! This is so pretty, love the embossing and pretty papers! I always love your scene cards!!


This is fantastic, what great detail :)


I have always loved your scene cards. You put so much into them. This one is just awesome!! Love it! Oh, I left you a little message under yours on my blog about my card. You might want to go read it! LOL :)


Joy, you are so creative, I always love to see your new posts. Christmas cards are beautiful! BTW, my older sister is a Joy too!


Joy, just made my first visit to your blog...I'll be back! Your work is awesome and I just became a follower so that I won't miss what you post. I love the Christmas cards you have been working on...beautiful.


Your scenes have always been my faves! Love how you use so many carts! Gorgeous, hon! xxD


Joy, this card is beautiful. I love all the detail. You are so talented.

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This sight is dedicated to the art of card making....of which I am addicted ! I began making cards a few months before Dan was deployed to Iraq.I wanted to make sure he had a new card to open every day, so I used BlueMountian.Co and created him 2 months worth of cards !About a year ago I saw that famous infomercial for a little bug called a Cricut.Well, after watching it numerous times, I HAD to have it...and I ordered it!!!Then I found the Cricut Message Board and I hit pay dirt!!! I was, and still am so inspired by some of the talented women on that board!I have to give them credit for making me the card maker that I am today!!!
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