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Tuesday, 27 November 2018

Winter Wonderland



The new challenge at Try It On Tuesday  starts today and this time the challenge is "Winter Wonderland"  For my card I have used my favourite Stampin Up set  "lovely as a tree" made a few snowdrifts added some snow effect paste and lots of glitter which doesn't really show on here and some red stickles. I really like the snow effect stuff but it is quite hard to get out of the tube,seem to have to squeeze it really hard so what with that and managing to squeeze out the last few drops of the red stickles  my hands are really sore tonight!  Hope you will join in our challenge.

11 comments:

  1. A beautiful, calm winters scene Joan. Its a wonderful card.
    Yvonne xx

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  2. The 'Lovely Trees' are perfect for winter scenes and this looks fab. Perfect words, too - I love walking in the stillness after snowfall... it's definitely calm and bright and is a real feel good experience.

    Cath x

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  3. Such a beautiful winter scene! I love how you created the snowdrifts to showcase your pretty trees and the sentiment is fabulous too 😁. Wishing you a happy new week! J 😊 x

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  4. A beautiful scene for the new theme

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  5. A winter wonder Joan, that fluffy stuff is so effective and really adds to a winter scene. Love that stamp set so versatile.
    Creative Wishes Tracey xx

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  6. A lovely card Joan, always love to see that stamp set. You created a very serene wintry scene .
    Avril xx

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  7. This is such a beautiful calm scene! I can imagine the quiet!! Hugs, Chrisx

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  8. Great card - captured the calm beautifully Have a lovely weekend x

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  9. I love those delicate trees silhouetted against the sky - such a pretty card.
    Alison x

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