Saturday, 7 November 2009

Let it snow...

I know it's not like me to post twice in one day... but I got over-excited and wanted to share MORE cards. :)
This one is for the current Hero Arts challenge - to use unusual colour combinations for Christmas cards.  Lots of digital stuff here... and a couple of very non-digital twigs :)
Let it Snow
Let it Snow - Detail
Supplies: Images and Stamps - Hero Arts (sentiment, snow, snowman); paper - Michelle Underwood; Button - Papermania; Copics.
And this one is made using THIS FREE KIT over at 2Peas - LOVE these pretty papers.  Thanks for the free goodies!!!
Christmas Snowflake
Christmas Snowflake - detail
Supplies: Paper - Jen Allyson; Stamp and gem - Hero Arts; Cuttlebug and Die; Sewing Machine
I hope you are inspired to go and download some digi stuff.  Just click HERE to check it all out. :)  And Michelle Underwood has 25% off ALL of her kits today - including her GORGEOUS brand new Vintage Holiday Memories.
Have a good day :)

11 comments:

Nikita said...

its amazing...... :)

Virginia L. said...

You are such an enabler for digit kits, Lucy! I am loving the FREE digit stuff at Two Peas! I also like it when you are excited as we get to see more fabulous cards from you. A win win situation :)

donna mikasa said...

I always look forward to your digi cards, Lucy! You are such a great enabler, too!

Alice Wertz said...

love the sentiment on the first card! so clever! thanks for the links to the free kits! will definitely go and take a look!! Thanks for sharing your inspirational work!!

Dotty Jo said...

Well no wonder you wanted to share these lucy, as always they are totally gorgeous! Real twiggy arms... how cute is that! Jo x

Jenn Biederman said...

Gorgeous Christmas cards, Lucy! Love them!!!

Jill said...

These are gorgeous cards! I love the big snowflake with the bling in the center! :) Beautiful!

Amanda Profumo said...

Both cards are super cute, but the snowflake... I love it!

Alyssa B said...

You always make th most charming cards, I love your work!

Momiji said...

love the clean freshness of this... and the sentiment the way it curves

Kerry said...

Lovely and crisp - such a great idea adding in the twig arms for textural contrast! Yummy!