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CC Designs December Preview -- Roberto's Rascals

Hello all!  Time for more Roberto's Rascals from CC Designs December release preview.  The new release will be available Thursday, December 5th at 9 AM EST.

My card features the fun and cute Skating Twila.  The sentiment is from Freezin' Season.  We don't have snow days here but once we did have a rain day where it was raining so much, they cancelled school.  It's kind of like today, where it is pouring rain outside and the roads are flooded.  But we still managed to go out and get our Christmas tree!  We wrapped it in a tarp on top of our car roof and brought it safely home.  The snowflake die and the icicle border die are available now in the CC Designs store.  These are quickly becoming a couple of my fav dies to work with for these winter cards.

Here is a close up of Twila.  I added lots of Stickles in the background and on the snowflake die cuts for some glittery-ness.

On a side note, I am guest-ing over at Chi Chi Memories for the next couple of months.  I'll be sharing a weekly project every Friday on my blog here but you can check it out now on the Chi Chi Memories blog HERE.  They have some cute digi stamps!

Thanks so much for stopping by!

Comments

That is so cute. And it is so perfect for the holidays.

Heidi’s Wanderings
Rachel Parys said…
OMW, she is too cute!!! I really love those colors too!!! I have got to stop buying Xmas stuff soon, or my craftroom will over-flow!!! Lol!
Cheryl said…
So cute! Love the glittery snowflakes! First year we actually saw our tree in daylight and planned ahead for xmas tree shopping! Wow u wrapped your tree! I think it rained one year and we just brought it home wet, a little deceiving cuz it looked a lot fresher when it was wet! Your tree always looks so full, I don't remember seeing that kind tree when I was little!
Cheryl said…
Congrats re: Chi chi memories! Cute images!
Lynn said…
Golly Holly! I love the look of this card! Your color choices are special because they work even if they aren't traditional. The image and coloring are exceptional. Thank you for sharing your talent.

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