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We’re still playing over at SNR – come join us!

Our Winter Wonderland Cardmaking Crop is still going strong – we’d love to have you come join us for some challenges, games, and cardmaking fun!

Here’s a card I made for the Holly and Ivy challenge (the challenge was to use holiday greenery).  This was a really fast card as I used a Bo Bunny sticker (with some Stickles added) as the focal point of the card.

And this one is for the Frosty challenge (to make a shaped card).  I used my Coluzzle for the part of the card that opens (working on a tutorial on this simple technique – will put it up here as well as SNR) and the big snowflake is from Technique Tuesday.  I covered it in Frost Glimmer Mist but the photo doesn’t do it justice.

For the Let it Snow challenge (had to use two snowflakes, glitter and a transparent element), I again went simple.  I stickled over the three snowflakes on this Basic Grey paper and added rhinestones to the centers.  For the word, I used Heidi Swapp ghost letters covered again in Stickles.

I’m still working on tons of cards so check back – or hop on over to Scrapbook News + Review and join us in the World Cardmaking Day forum!

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