I know I haven't posted for a couple of weeks. Hey, I've been busy! Making Christmas cards. Only two dozen of them at that. But they were quite time-consuming, and I waited until the last minute this year. Drat! Yeah, my friend, Ellie, is right: using Stickles on all the snowflakes was a bit over-the-top, especially when you consider how long it took me to do that. How long, you ask? I don't really know, except my hand kept cramping from squeezing those little bottles. Oh, yeah, it's hell getting old.
Anyway, here is my non-traditionally-colored 2011 Christmas card. And, if you didn't get one from me, you didn't send me a card in time for me to make you one. So there.
I'd say bah humbug, but I don't want you to get the idea that I hate Christmas. Just because I haven't put my tree up yet. Or done any baking. Or wrapped any gifts. Whatever.
I am going to post this card in the following challenge:
And, if you care, the recipe for my card is below. And if you don't care, that's OK. I like to keep the recipe for my own use. BTW, it is hard to see the glitter from the Stickles on the snowflakes. But, believe me, it's there!
Papertrey In the Meadow stamps
Stampendous Merry Snowman stamp
Papertrey In the Meadow dies
Cricket Winter Lace snowflake
Cheery Lynn Snowflake #2 and Snowflake #6 dies
Cheery Lynn Flurries XL Embossing Plate
SEI DSP and CS
Stampin' Up CS
Star Dust Stickles
Copic Markers: BG000, BG01, BG05