Welcome to the first challenge of 2021 on The Card Concept blog!
The theme this week is:Winter Warmth
Everyone is welcome to play along using the colors, the theme,
textures, items, or just anything from the picture as your starting point.
I was inspired by the red cup and snowflakes to create this warn and cozy mixed media card.
Suppiles and Tools:
- These supplies from Sweet n Sassy Stamps:
- Knitted Embossing Folder (Richard Garay)
- Burlap Ribbon
- Create a Flake Dies (Spellbinders)
- Circle Die
- White Gel Pen
- White Acrylic Paint
- Falling Snow Sprinkles (Kat Scrappiness)
- These colors of Distress Oxide (Ranger):
- Candied Apple, Fired Brick
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Hi Esther! Oh my, just love all the warm texture going on. And the sentiment warmed my heart! Blessings for a happy, healthy New Year!
Beautiful texture on your stunning card! Thanks for joining us at Try it on Tuesday!
What a gorgeous card, Esther! You have really incorporated the colours and photo inspiration perfectly x
Oh my I just love the layering and all the texture to your card, not only with the embossing and burlap and ribbon but them the snowflake on the cup, such a great winter card, great sentiment to go with it!
A lovely card witha warming message
Thanks for joining us at Try It On Tuesday Challenge
I love the warmth you've created with this card!! So beautiful with the sentiment.
Love thhis cute and cozy card! I love all of the wonderful texture. The Knitted Embossing Folder, burlap, ribbon and sweet little snowflakes. Beautiful sentiment as well!
Esther, this is SO PRETTY with all of the texture you've given it! AND I also LOVE your sentiment! ;)<3
Esther, I love the yummy texture on this beautifully composed, uplifting card, and what great inspiring words! Thank you for sharing this with us at The Funkie Junkie Boutique challenge blog!
Such a beautiful card Esther. Those delicious textured backgrounds and colours bring a real warmth that echo the sentiment. Thank you for joining us with it at The Funkie Junkie Boutique Blog xx
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