Thursday, August 13, 2015

Brought to you by the letter S

Hazel asked for things that begin with S for this week's Craftyhazelnut's Christmas Challenge. Let's see how many we can use.

My card features Snowmen Stamped on a Snippet of white card Stock and covered with Sparkling Wink of Stella glitter. The edges are Sponged with Colorbox Ice Blue chalk ink. That Snippet is mounted on an angle on a Snippet of Silver Shimmer paper. I used the current Sketch at Sketch Saturday for this card, and it gave me an opportunity to use a Snippet of my favorite Snowflake paper (this is a great way to get some impact from that paper without using up a lot of it).  I also used a Strip of Snowflake ribbon and and another Silver Shimmer paper Snippet.  I accented the lower corner with Snowflake dome Stickers. The card base is Stampin Up Night of Navy card Stock.

In addition to qualifying as an S card, this card is for these challenges:

Sketch Saturday #373
Craftyhazelnut's Christmas Challenge #241 -- begins with S
 Craftyhazelnut's Christmas Challenge Extra -- anything Christmas
The Ribbon Girl -- any image with ribbon
The Paper Shelter -- use ribbon or lace
Word Art Wednesday # 196 -- anything goews
Pixie's Snippet Playground #189-- use snippets


  1. Lovely holiday card with beautiful ribbon detail. Thanks for playing along with us at TPS this week. Pat K x

  2. Absolutely brilliant card Sandy - and Super use of all those S's!


    Di xx

  3. Great use of the Sketch Saturday design this week. I am impressed that you are getting some of your holiday cards done - I am no where near that organized. Good luck on your entry. Take care.

  4. Lovely card Sandy! Thanks so much for joining us this week at Sketch Saturday! Deb DT

  5. Brilliant snowy festive make with snippets. xxx

  6. Thanks for entering both of my CHNC challenges with your lovely crafting - hope to see you again soon. x

  7. A great card - thanks for sharing it with us at Crafty Hazelnut's Christmas Challenge Extra and I hope you'll join us again in September!

    Helen x


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