November 8, 2012

Watercooler Llamas Falliday HOP

Hi there everyone!
Are you having some FUN looking at all the fabulous projects on our "Fall-i-Days Christmas Blog HOP"? 
If you are following the HOP from the beginning, you have arrived from Debbie's blog!!! I can't believe it, I set this post up a month ago to post on the 8th, but..... I forgot to go back  link the Previous and NEXT -blog. in the HOP .
I was happy to find out I can still participate. Yeah!
Now on to my projects.
My first project is a card for Thanks more than 'Thanksgiving' but here it is.
This card uses the "Perfectly Preserved" stamp set and matching "Cannery" framelit dies, as well as the "Window Frames Collection" framelit dies.
I pierced the corners of the Window framelit mats with the matching paper piercing template in the "Festive" pack. I think it gives interest to the focal point.
Here is a peek at the inside.
My next project is a Christmas card made with the "Cold and Cuddly" set (retired) that I still think is just adorable.
I used the new IN color cardstock Raspberry Ripple  for the card base and Pool Party cardstock for matting my focal point. The focal point is stamped from "Cold and Cuddly" (ret) stamp set in pool party and raspberry ripple inks.
 I gave my polar bear a teal rhinestone eye, and a raspberry ripple hat.
I die cut two snowflakes from the new Sizzix die "Snowflake" from pool party CS and
added some bling with rhinestone centers. Then I really jazzed it up with some dazzling diamonds on the iceberg and snowflakes.
Here's a peek at the inside.
My last card is another Christmas theme using the "Scentsational Season" set and matching "Holiday Collection" framelit dies. Here's my card.
I embossed the whisper white background with the "Northern Flurries" embossing folder and dotted the snowflake centers with dazzling diamonds..
I also embossed the mittens from the "Mitten Builder" punch with the "Petals a Plenty" embossing  
folder and popped up with dimensionals.
The peek at the inside shows the "Heart of Christmas" single stamp.

Well that's it for me and I hope you enjoyed my projects for the HOP !

Now you can move along the HOP to Jackie's blog by clicking the icon below.

Or you can return to view Debbie's projects at the Previous blog by clicking the icon below.
 Now ENJOY the HOP!



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