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CC Designs November Review

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Hello!  TIme for a review of CC Designs November release.  If you're looking for some cute Christmas and winter stamps, check out CC Designs newest release HERE.

Here is my card featuring Fuzzy Boots and Snowy Wall.  I particularly like this card.  Sometimes I make something and I really like it.  Other times it's just okay.  

It's an easel card and it opens up like this.  The sentiment might be hard to read but you can click on the photo to enlarge.  The sentiment is from Christmas Verses II and I heat embossed it in red.  The snowflakes and the icicle border can be found HERE and HERE.  I added some Stickles to the snowflakes, icicle, on the snowy parts of the wall and the fuzzy parts of her boots and cap.  The funny thing is that when I first made this card I forgot all about the snowflake and icicle dies.  It looked kind of plain.  The dies just changed the look of it all.

Here is a close up Fuzzy Boots.  I tried to do that reflecting thing with the light and not quite sure if it looks okay.  Yeah, gotta practice.  

I'm super excited about next week and Thanksgiving.  I don't know why but I like to make the turkey and everything else too.  Even in our small little kitchen and small stove and takes me all day cause I have to cook everything literally one at a time.  But it's so yummy in the end.  Well, at least to me.  Only 1 out of our 3 kids like eating turkey and my hubby is just kind of neutral towards it.    

Thanks for stopping by!


Comments

Anonymous said…
I really really really really like your cards and this one is no exception! Really!
Denice said…
What a sweet card! I've never seen the lighting technique...looks like you've got it perfected!

Sounds like you're getting ready for a festive Thanksgiving...hope it's a happy day.
:Dxx
Lynn said…
I also think this card turned out wonderfully. It's sweet and extremely well colored. I love the way the front folds up to reveal the scene....perfect! Thanks for adding to my memory box of creative cards.
RiNNE said…
So pretty, Eva! Love your fold. I really need to use dies! Gotta admit- I like ham better :).
Rachel Parys said…
How fun is this!! What a perfect little scene you have created for her!! Super cute!
Cheryl said…
Cute card! Neat effect with the lamp light, looks great!

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