Today's Color Challenge colors(Purely Pomegranate, Soft Sky, and Basic Gray) just begged to be used on a winter card! I didn't have Basic Gray, so I substituted Going Gray instead. The images were stamped in Basic Black ink and colored with a blender pen and ink. I shmooshed (is that a word?) the ink pad and lid together then picked up the color from the puddle it created. I used a simple layout, so I tried to give the card as much personality as I could! I added glitter glue to the image borders and the Cuttlebug background, I used Liquid Applique for the snow, and I faux stitched around the center panel. I found the snowflake eyelets in my stash -- they were exactly what I needed!
The temperature here finally took a nose dive from the 90's and 80's (it's now near 50 degrees), and we've had four inches of rain in the last 48 hours! The gray weather and these snowmen have me thinking about a warm blanket and a hot cup of tea!! I think that's where I'm headed -- have a great night! :)
Stamps: Festive Favorites, Straight Up Alphabet Cardstock: Purely Pomegranate, Soft Sky, Going Gray, Stampers Select White (Papertrey Ink) Ink: Basic Black, Purely Pomegranate, Soft Sky, Going Gray Other: Cuttlebug & Snowflakes embossing folder (ProvoCraft), Blender Pen, Liquid Applique, glitter glue (Sulyn Industries), white eyelet (Bazzill), snowflake eyelets, Purely Pomegranate stitched grosgrain, silver cord, white gel pen (Marvy), Stampin' Dimensionals