For this card, I decided to use Pool Party throughout. The cardstock, the ink and the ribbon. Although, the ribbon actually started out Whisper White and I turned it into Pool Party ribbon using Pool Party ink and a blending tool. It's my favorite way to make a ribbon to match my project. My other favorite thing, at the moment is that gorgeous Copper Embossing Powder!
Stamp Sets: Reason for the Season (sentiment), Snowflakes (Inkadinkado); Ink: Pool Party; Cardstock: Pool Party; Patterned Paper: Home for Christmas (retired); Other: Copper Embossing Powder, Whisper White 5/8" Organza Ribbon
The theme for my card is from The Paper Players. For all the challenge details and to share your project, click the image below.
The sketch I used is from the Sunday Stamps challenge. For all the challenge details and to share your project, click the image below.
Thanks for stopping in at the Coffee Pot Stamping Cafe,
Very pretty.....some of my favorite colors together! What a delightful creation! Thanks so much for playing with my tic-tac-toe challenge this week!ReplyDelete
Thanks, LeAnne! You had some great choices in your tic-tac-toe.Delete
Marsha this is beautiful. I love the swooping swirl of snowflakes and the frosty blue color. Thanks for playing along with us this week at The Paper Players!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Sandy! I was digging through my stamp stash and came across it and knew it would be perfect with the copper embossing powder.Delete
The blue and copper are gorgeous together! So glad you joined us at the Paper Players!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Linda! I always enjoy the Paper Players challenges.Delete
What a fun and different look for your snowflake card with the copper! Thanks for joining Sunday Stamps this week.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Heidi! The sketch was perfect for the snowflakes swirl.Delete
I lovee loveee your copper Snowflakse
looks great on blue paper
adorable color combo and great used our sketch
Many thanks for joining with us at Sunday Stamps this time
Thanks, Monika! It was a great sketch.Delete
The copper is so striking against the Pool Party! I also love how you turned the sketch.ReplyDelete
Thanks for playing along with us at Sunday Stamps!
Thanks, Lisa! I love that copper. It's much prettier than I thought it would be.Delete