Friday, 11 December 2015

CASology Week #176

Hello friends - WOW! I cannot remember the last time
I just entered a challenge for the fun of it!
Life just rushes by and mostly I only find the time to 
create for my DT commitments but here's one that started out
as a Blue & Green card for this week's Less is More Challenge!

THEN ... I messed up and added red!
Only just got around to photographing it but thought it would fit in 
well at the current 'TREE' Cue Card at CASology

I started out by inking the sky in Chipped Sapphire, Blueprint Sketch and
Tumbled Glass Distress Inks before spritzing with water and perfect pearls.
The snow bank was created with a snowdrift die from MFT Die-Namics and the 
trees are heat-embossed in white then inked with Twisted Citron & Mowed Lawn.
The stamp set is Winnie & Walter: It's a Wonderful Pennant. The sentiment is
from Uniko: Simply Said - Christmas and to finish a few red nailheads.

Thanks so much for calling by and I'll catch up again tomorrow!



  1. LOVE this, fantabulous, those trees are great! I seriously need more distress inks, I don't have any of those blues you used xx

  2. Wow Sarah you did it again,another fab card! I am in full panic mode now for Xmas lol,it creeps up on you I find! Thanks for the congrats,enjoy your weekend ☺ hugs Viv xx

  3. Oh what a gorgeous sky, Sarah! So happy that this got put to good use, it would be too cute to miss!

  4. Gorgeous card..stunning sky and the tree looks fabulous! :)
    Suchi xx

  5. This is so pretty, Sarah! The sky over the soft wave of the snow bank looks just beautiful!

  6. Superb! That sky is amazing and the placement of those studded trees gives the impression of a fabulous snowdrift, not to mention all that wonderful white space! SO glad you had a chance to join us at CASology outside of your DT commitments. I can imagine time being pretty slim right now! ;)

  7. Sorry for being such a bad blog buddy lately Sarah! I am so glad to see you play along at Casology this week with this beauty! I just LOVE this card!


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