Monday, August 30, 2010

A winter card!


For Robyn's challenge

She said to make a winter card. So here is mine

22 comments:

Dawn said...

Wanted to thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment, I was laughing because my room looks nothing like that right now. I am always changing it around.
You will have to check back and see what I do next!
Really like your winter card, beautiful embossing!

MrsETaylor said...

What a beautiful card. I love that green, silver and blue combination. And those trees...just gorgeous.

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and leaving such a nice comment. I truly appreciate it and hope to see you back soon

Toodles
Erika

Michele said...

Beautiful! Love the snow on the rolling hills too!

My Creative Time said...

Hi Miss Jessica,
I was talking about my DVD not my word book. Because I was getting questions if a gypsy was needed to make the projects in my DVD!
For a word book, you definitely need design studio or a gypsy! ALTHOUGH, if you do use your cricut only, you could probably glue your letters onto the edges of your chipboard! I think you just inspired me to try that! THANK YOU MISS Jessica!! I will let you know if that works or not! Have a GREAT day my friend!
Big Gypsy Hugs,
Emma;)
P.S. I LOVE LOVE LOVE your card!! Very PRETTY!;)

Penni said...

Great card - I love the snowy effect you have acheived.

Thanks for stopping by my blog. My cats are not related at all. I got Thomas when he was 6 months only and then Pablo a few months later and he was 18 months old. They have always been the best of friends. The Bengal breed is a very socialable breed of cat, but I do think myself very lucky that they are such great mates. I wanted another cat, but I am a bit worried that this may cause problems so I'm going to stick to two!!!

Hugs
Penni
X

Annah said...

That's a beautiful card :)

Janine said...

thanks for visiting!! Love your Winter card!!!

Deb Neerman said...

This is gorgeous!

Enfys said...

Hi Jess, this is gorgeous, you did a great job with the embossing, love the green against the night sky,
big hugs
En xx

Jamie Lane said...

Wow - this is so cool! I love the layers and the embossing. SUPER

Sherry said...

Not sure at all how I missed this but it's very pretty!! I have been super sick with the worlds worst cold...Please tell Don happy birthday and I will get his card out hopefully tomorrow!!

Carolyn King said...

love the embossing and the cut hills. great touches!

KathyJ (Wattle) said...

Beautiful Winter card!!! What a beautiful, serene scene this is!!!

Tiya-B said...

What an awesome card, looks like fresh fallen snow.

Laura - The Stampin' Soldier said...

Ooh! That's pretty!

Liz Weber said...

HI Jessica, love this very wintery card, those trees look fantastic and the colour scheme is perfect.

Thanks so much for your lovely comment on my christmas cards for the JR Blog Hop!

Mona L. Pendleton said...

Stunning Christmas card!

Lisa Jane said...

Hi jess thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving such a wonderful comment .
Love this card ... the torn paper gives real texture and dimension
Hope to see you again
Lisa ;)

{Lynn - that's me!} said...

Beautiful, Jessica. Love how you added your snow to your hillsides. What terrific dimension!

Danielle Champagne said...

Hello Jessica, thank you so much for your nice comments on my blog.
I love this winter scene, gorgeous colors and lovely snow addition.
Hugs.`
Danielle.

Beate said...

Wow! This is gorgeous!
Thanks for visiting and subscribing to my blog!

Hugs and smiles

Phyllis Dobbs said...

I love the winter card and the texture of the snow! This is really sophisticated.