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Saturday, December 5, 2009

Trees of the Field - 4



Here is yet another card made with this fantastic stamp set from Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps. This is the Pine tree from "Trees of the Field."
I also used the Christmas Owl Add-Ons for the Holly.

For this I used a sketch from Skipping Stones Design Sketch #1.
This is their first sketch challenge and I'm already looking forward to next week's.

 The DP is Wassil, from Basic Grey. The cardstock, glitter and  Red & Clear Sparkles, are from Close to my Heart
The Ovals & snowflakes are from a Spellbinders dies.

The hand stitching is with embroidery floss.

We're having our first snow storm of the season, my Christmas tree is up and lit, and I have Christmas music playing. So, what's better thing to do them make another Winter card. I had to include some pictures so those of you in the south could get some Christmas Spirit too!!! The house is my daughter's taken from our deck and the other is my driveway.


















8 comments:

Leah said...

Gorgeous Nancy! I'll have to check out that sketch challenge, I'm always looking for new ones;)

Danni said...

This is a gorgeous card!! Wonderful job!
Love the snow photos..we actually got snow this week which is very rare for El Paso!

Saskia said...

Lovely card!

Snow, snow, snow... great!!

Saskia :)

Sarita said...

Really lovely. Your photos are fab too,
Love Sarita xx

Deedee Anderson said...

Beautiful!! I really like how you got creative with the pine tree and turned it into a Christmas tree. You are really showing off the versatility of this set. And how exciting to have snow!! I bet your grandkids are loving it!!!

Jeni C Slack (^0^) said...

Beautiful card with the snowflakes and the green trees and red ornaments! So festive! What a contrast that is the the peaceful snow covered photo you took :) Thank you for taking time to stop by my page on the bloghop, best ~Jeni

Merry said...

Certainly a christmassy theme in those photos.

Lisa Hjulberg said...

Love love love your cards, Nancy... always with your beautiful signature touch of excellent stitching!

I can't believe those pictures of all the snow! I can't even image what that's like! I've been around snow a few times, but never like this. Sure is pretty, but must be a devil to shovel your way out and get places.

Keep warm!

Lisa