Monday, January 4, 2016

Icy Monday

Happy New Year!  It's an icy day here in upstate NY, with a temperature of 12 degrees just in time to send the kids back to school!

I finally got the chance to stamp during our school break, and made a card fitting for the day for two challenges...Curtain Call Inspiration Challlege "Frozen" photo and a sketch from Freshly Made Sketches!


I used the Holiday Folk set by PTI and made an icy background with the Hexagon Coverplate.




Used some old DCWV paper that has woodgrain and white sweater pattern.  The sentiment is from Verve Stamps, and the Falling Snow embossing plate it from Stampin Up!

12 comments:

Linda Callahan said...

A wintry masterpiece! Beautifully detailed......love everything about this! Glad you joined us at FMS!

Monika/Buzsy said...

Such a sweet card Kelly. Love the darling penguin image. The background is amazing!Thank you for playing along with us at Curtain Call Inspiration Challenge.

Marisa said...

He is cute!! Love the "snowy" bg and the hexagons are fabulous. Thanks for joining us at The Curtain Call.

Sandi said...

This came out amazing!!! Love the neutral colors that you used. It makes the black pop even more! xx

Karren said...

This is such a cool card - you have created some amazing texture and interest! Thanks so much for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches.

Lisa said...

A cute frosty card!!

Kim S said...

Stunning card. LOVE your use of the hexagon for that wonderful background. He looks just fabulous in black with the touch of greenery. Thank you for playing along with us at Freshly Made Sketches.

Misti said...

Gorgeous card!!

I Card Everyone said...

What a feast for the eyes this is, Kelly!!! Wow, wow, wow!!! Gorgeous, and a winner!!! Yay!
=] Michele

Julia Aston said...

LOVE this Kelly! the paper you used has lovely subtle colors, and that embossed snow fall gives great texture - what a great card! Happy New Year! Julia xx

Michelle said...

A beautiful card with amazing detail! Congrats on your win at FMS!!

Leigh Penner said...

Oh, I love this! What a fabulous take on the inspiration photo!