It's Friday, and that means it's time to post my card before the deadline for The Paper Players! LOL My intention was to finish catching up with my goal of completing this year's challenges. But that didn't happen. Ironically, doing this week's challenge and one from a few months ago led to 2 very different seasonal cards. Kinda fun, dontcha think?
This week's theme challenge invited us to highlight snowflakes. My card has a basic black card base. I used this fabulous diagonal stripe pattern from SU's "Festival of Prints" retired paper stack. The main image is "Dasher" colored with tuxedo black, indigo island and my versamarker. I then heat embossed with silver powder and sponged the edges. I also added some "Serene Snowflakes" along the card edges...which I wish I had not done! *wink* The sentiment is from "Happiest Birthday Wishes" punched, sponged, and popped up over vanilla satin ribbon.
Next, a card for another theme challenge. I think I may have stamped the main image during the week of this challenge, because I have had it in my unfinished pile for months! I just didn't know what I wanted to do with it. So, last night, I just added it to this pacific point card base with a panel of daffodil delight pattern paper behind it. The main sentiment is from "Feel Goods," which is stamped over a sponged daffodil sun. I made the sunbeams by sponging along the edge of a post-it note, which I simply moved around. I added enamel dots and some non-SU ribbon from the local Jo-Ann's. "Beyond the Garden" dsp and "Teeny Tiny Wishes" are paired with the word window and scalloped oval punches.
That's it for today. A touch of winter and a touch of summer! With a wind chill of 10 degrees today, I would definitely prefer seeing that bright sun! Thanks for stopping by!