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Friday, November 8, 2013

Guess the Christmas Carol

   Today is Friday and time for a new Great Impressions card.  Great Impressions is having a guess the carol challenge.  Simply leave your guess for the Christmas Carol represented by the card in the comments and we will pull a random winner from everyone who guesses correctly for a great stamping prize.  Just to give you even more chances to win, stop by the Great Impressions blog and/or the blogs  of the design team members to leave a guess as to each carol in the comments of their blogs as well.  You will find them all on the side bar of the Great Impressions blog or you can look up each card in this week's posts.

     After all that build up, are you ready to see my card?  Well, you almost didn't.  I forgot today was Friday and almost missed my post.  I have had this card ready for two weeks and have been looking at it everyday on my desk.  What a ditz!  OK, OK, here's the big reveal

 
     I used Snow Fun stamp to create today's card.  This is an unusual card for me.  I very seldom make long cards, in fact, I can only think of three including this one.  I knew I wanted to use the snowman squares as stamps and I really like how they lined up.   So I went with the long and narrow look.  The Snow Fun is a versatile stamp.  You can use it as is, as a block with 3 images and a sentiment, or you can cut it apart of a myriad of looks.  In fact, if you check the challenge for this month, you will see how I used this same stamp for a different look on a tag.  For this card, I embossed a snowflake background then added some snowy design paper before adding my snowman images.  I layered the images on top of snowflake die cuts and then a postage stamp die cut.  I added more smaller snowflake die cuts, snowflake bling, and brads as well as some adhesive jewels to really create a winter wonderland look (just a hint, that is not my carol).

     Don't forget to stop the Great Impressions blog for another chance to win.

Great Impressions H159 Snow Fun Stamp
Georgia Pacific Card Stock
Cuttlebug Embossing Folder
Spellbinders Build a Flake Die Cuts
Recollections Adhesive Gems
Design Paper and Brads from Stash
Snowflake bling Hobby Lobby Mini-Garland
3M Foam Tape
Prisma Pencils and OMS

11 comments:

  1. Suzy Snowflake
    Thanks for the fun Mary Anne

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  2. Darling card! I love the snowman squares stamps... sweet stamps! Love the long card format too!
    Frosty the Snowman has to be today's carol!

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  3. Hehehe....You are funny almost forgetting to post the card you've had ready for many days! That's something I think we can all relate to, in one way or another. :D

    Love this adorable Frosty the Snowman card. I need to try making some long cards just for variety!
    <3 J

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  4. Love this card and the snowmen. Love to stamp and color snowmen.
    I would be guessing that we are having fun with Mr. Snowman in Winter Wonderland.

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  5. Very cute--my guess is Frosty the Snowman.

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  6. SNOW darling! ;) LOVE this fun image and I adore your coloring! HUGS! :)

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  7. Love this card. I guess it's "Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow".

    Hugs,
    Snoopy :D

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  8. It is that cute "Frosty The Snowman" in triplicut LOL Love your card Sweetie

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  9. Frosty the Snowman is my guess. Sweet card.

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  10. So cute! I love snowmen!

    Karen adams

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  11. Frosty the snowman?

    Karen Adams

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