Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Ornamental Snowflake Card

Good Morning!

I finally got some new Christmas goodies delivered on Friday and have had a great weekend playing with them! I started on my Collector's Club: Tree Trimming Series card samples- here is the first one:



I have wanted to make this card ever since my inspiration for it, Carolyn, posted this great card on her blog, Ryn Scraps. I loved how she used the ornament to create a snowflake! So cool, right? Anyways, I knew I'd have to show this to all the girls in my class! They will love the idea!

Thanks Carolyn for the inspiration!!

Hope you all have a fantastic day!

-tessa

10 comments:

Ashley Cannon Newell said...

This is a neat idea! When I looked at it, I thought it was an ornament, but it looked like a snowflake! Very cool! When is your next class? I need to get down to Scrapdoodles soon!

Shabby Horse said...

This is really cool! I wish I would have bought this ornament stamp set when I placed my last order! I've been seeing some really cute things with it. Dang it! Great job with the card!

Katie Ann Brooks said...

nice work with those ornaments! I am totally impressed when people use stuff for things other than they are intended for, I can't seem to think outside of the box like that. Wonderful job!

Kay Kalthoff said...

OMG - this is so super amazing!! WOW - WOW - WOW!!!
Kay

Carolyn Gibbs said...

*BLUSH* Oh, wow! So much nicer than mine! :) Thanks for the credit and what a beautiful interpretation!

MEL said...

Such a fabulous idea!

Rose said...

What a great idea. I would have never thought of doing this with that stamp set. Thanks for making me think outside the box.

Pam B. said...

Tessa,

This is such an elegant and clever card and I love the color combinations! I just might have to get this stamp set now! Thanks for the great inspiration! You are so creative and I love to vist your blog!

Kathy W said...

This is beautiful, and I like the color combo you used. Very nice; tfs.

Jennifer said...

Beautiful Card. I love it!!

 
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