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Candy Cane Red and White

The challenge on Winter Wonderland's blog this week is Candy Cane Red and White. They also are hosting their first blog hop, it's worth going and having a look, there are some fabulous prizes on offer. I'm still coming to terms with making Christmas Cards only 4 weeks after Christmas, however this blog has great challenges and inspiration, if I make one card each week I will have enough by the time Christmas 2010 comes around. Here's my entry, the red and white candy cane paper was used on my background. I've thrown in a bit of blue as a contrast, I'm hoping that still counts,as its one of my favourite colour combinations.

Comments

joey said…
Hi Kathy

beautiful card, I love snowy and I love the pearls you added to him. fab layout. Thanks for joining us this week at ww

Joey.x
Lynda said…
Absolutely love this Kathy and especially his big juicy buttons! You know he's one of my favourites too! Good Luck and thanks for joining in.

Love Lynda xxx
Pascale said…
Hi Kathy this is fabulous I love the glitter on the snowman as the shadow it works beautifully. Thanks for taking part in WW again hugs Pascale
Sue said…
Hi Kathy
gorgeous card my fav snowman luv his buttons, great layout, thank you for joining us at Winter Wonderland this week, good luck, sue.x
Teri said…
Fab card! I love the glitter and the colours you've used! And .... how you've done the 'ribbon' is beautiful!!

Thank you for joining us at Winter Wonderland.

Teri xx
Avril Ann said…
Kathy this is a beauty, such a fab image too, thank you for joining us at Winter Wonderland this week, Hugs Avril xxx
Teri said…
Lovely card hun! Thanks for joining in with the hop this week! Good Luck!
Hugs,
Teri x
Anne said…
FAB!!! I love this image and your stripes are brilliant! Thanks for joining in the Winter Wonderland hop and good luck with the draw! :o) xx
Sam Morris said…
WoW, this is SO pretty! I love how you've coloured the snowman and such wonderful sparkle!

All the best of luck with the hop candies and thanks so much for taking part :)

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