Tuesday, May 1, 2012



Busy, Busy, Busy here so this will be short and to the point.

My card is for Sandra’s Rudolph Day Challenge.

To be sure my openings lined up perfectly I taped my white card to the blue and cut both at the same time using SB Standard Circles Lg. I then embossed my white card and lightly chalked the snowflakes. I cut silver and blue snowflakes using Sizzix Snowflake #6. I glued them back to back with a length of clear nylon thread between them. I suspended this in the window. When the receiver opens the card the snowflake spins.

I had planned to use silver cord but couldn’t find any in my stash so resorted to a bit of white ribbon and a punched EK Success snowflake to finish.

Have an Amazing Day!

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  1. Very pretty card. Great use of the nylon thread. I've never thought about that before. I love your card from your Spring is Here post. I might have to steal that one :o)

  2. Woohoo! Thanks for joining in my Rudolph Day Challenge Bernie . . . Such a great glitzy snowflake card.

    Good luck in the draw xxx

  3. Love all the embossing and the snowflake is gorgeous - it would fit my CHNC challenge 70 this week - would love to see you enter it there too. x

  4. Great Christmas card Bernie. Carol x

  5. Bernie, oh what an adorable card love the snow flake the embossed folder and great for the challenge good luck, xx

  6. what a stunning effect. Hugs Mrs A.

  7. Really clever Bernie - and beautifully made too. Di xx

  8. What a beautiful, unique, and fun card..love the spinner.

  9. Whoever opens this card will say WOW Bernie! It's looks fabulous and the spinner aspect is the icing on the cake.

  10. A brilliant Christmas card Bernie. The embossing is great, and the added touch of blue chalk just perfect.

  11. First I am apologizing for the sporadic commenting as life has just been crazy between personal activities and DT commitments. Whew, have some breathing room tonight.

    Your Card for the Rudolph challenge is so pretty! I love the embossed snowflakes and how about that fabby blingy one.


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