Sunday, January 18, 2015

Winter Hello...Winnie&Walter 1st Birthday Bash~Collage Challenge with Laura, W&W Join in to Win, City Crafter Challenge #244~Winter White

Hello again,

Told you I was dragging my heels with packing...wonder what else I can do to stall for time????

This time, I'm sharing a card made for Winnie And Walter's 1st Birthday Bash~Collage Challenge with Laura, who inspired us with these beautiful images...





and City Crafters' Challenge #244~Winter White, where we're invited to use mostly white, with some touches of neutrals or pastels.


Such a gorgeous room...sighh!!


 Winnie & Walter's Join in to Win is destination three.

NOTE:  So honoured and delighted to receive a Spotlight Artist Award at City Crafters' Challenge Blog. THANK  YOU!!

Thanks so much for dropping by; your visit and comments add sparkle to my day!
Hugs...


29 comments:

  1. what a beautiful winter themed card...gorgeous!

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  2. Oh dear lovely colors on your white on white card...so less color but so adorable ...you are so clever using that chip card behind the main image..and welcome home Carol...your hubby must be missing you much after two weeks you were by your mom..take a rest that you on monday feel fit to work again okay..big hugs from me, Monika

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  3. Fabulous take on the photos. Love those embossed trees and layered die cut word.

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  4. The photos are great especially the one with the chairs so inspiring, and you created a gorgeous work of art as always, I love the soft colour behind which enhances the front so much, gorgeous sweetie hugs Pops x x x

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  5. Oooooooh that is spectacular!! Are you aware of my undying love for birch trees?? Well this card speaks to me with those lovely embossed birch trees and the little paint chip peeking out from the sides. Yes I saw that:) and it works SO wonderfully!! Beautiful wintery card!! Good luck with your packing and safe travels! (Hugs)

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  6. Gorgeous card and perfect for the inspiration. That room is certainly lovely.

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  7. Oh my what a lovely winter card Carol! I love the birch tree embossing folder and gosh I am loving those paint chips underneath peeking out! Such beautiful colors, such a beautiful card! Loving that "winter" die word! I don't blame you for dragging your feet, I know it has to be very hard on you. Big hugs, Brenda

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  8. This is one of my favorite colors! So perfect for a winter card! Nice way of using paint chips!

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  9. A lovely soft and gentle card!

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  10. Beautiful wintry card! I really like your way of adding those strips of paint chips as a layer! You might have started a trend!

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  11. I LOVE this card! That soft green goes perfectly with white and your embossed trees with the winter die... wow! Absolutely beautiful design!
    - Shauna

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  12. I sighed in pure, utter, and complete delight when I saw this beauty!! The paint chips look so perfect behind those trees!! And I love the way the word appears to be softly sponged!! This is truly magnificent, my friend!!! Sorry about my last email - I decided to get over myself and just be real!!!
    And REALLY this made me sigh, then gasp and then utter "Carol's a genius"!!!! Keep up with the marvelous and super creative contributions you are making to me and the world!!!

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  13. Gorgeous crisp and clean, perfect my friend x

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  14. Carol your. Are is gorgeous. I love. I those white birch trees so much especially against the Aqua! Home now chat this week.

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  15. Beautiful card!! I love the soft green and that winter die cut!! Thanks so much for playing along at CCCB!!

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  16. Gorgeous card.........loving the white and aqua. Sad for you to leave your mum ......but if you don't leave you can never have the joy of returning! xx

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  17. Fabulous to you playing along in the W&W Birthday Bash :)
    Gorgeous card, Carol.....the word die is now on my wishlist ;)

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  18. Yes I love that room too:) And your card...wow! You sure know how to nail a challenge. I lvoe the background and that fab sentiment. Thanks so much for being with us this week at CCCB!

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  19. Get out!!!I LOVE the mint word! LOVE it!! Stunning card!! Just stunning!!

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  20. I love birch trees and even more the way you incorporated them into your design.

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  21. Dang girl! What a perfect take on the inspiration photo. I'd have never thought of this. See...you're an inspiration too!! Hope you are now safely ensconced at home with DH, and are able to relax a bit. I know you're headed back for the weekend, so drive carefully. Call/em if you need me. And hugs to your fam. Bev

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  22. I cannot tell you how much I love this card, Carol! It is simply beautiful! big hugs to you! xx

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  23. Stunning! Elegant! Serene! Paint chips have never looked better! What an incredibly clever interpretation! The wee pop of aqua/mint green totally works to create the same 'ethereal' feel of the inspiration photo.

    I want that kitchen!

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  24. I spy more paint chips :D And next to purple, mint is my other fav color (guess how my wardrobe looks like). Love the embossing and the simple sentiment. It gives a really nice, wintery vibe and love the clean look.

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  25. Congrats on another shoutout (CCCB), Carol!

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  26. Cool, crisp and so beautifully calm looking, Carol ... the paint chips make such a fabulous background! Anita :)

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  27. Another really GORGEOUS card, Carol! I love the soft green and how you added texture and dimension to this card...it's just beautiful! I'm so sorry for my late visit!

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  28. Carol, this is just so so pretty. What a wonderful scene you have created with these fabulous colors and stamps. You are amazing.

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