Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Winter Snows - FMS162





I love how this print from All is Calm DSP looks like a swirling snowstorm!  I'm also thinking that a banner change would make this card work for December birthdays and Valentine's Day so I may be making a couple more!  That Alaskan snowstorm is barreling across the US this week and we will probably see our first flakes of the season soon.  Looks like Miss Emma Lin inherited a new winter coat from her cousin just in time!







The fabulous Kim Singdahlsen has a very cool sketch for us this week at Freshly Made Sketches!  Join us and put your own stamp on her design!



21 comments:

Dawn Tidd said...

Sweet scene, Linda. You're right, falling snow it is. Even we are to get the article blast with possible flurries. Emma will not get lost in the white stuff in her adorable coat!

Brian King said...

Such a beautiful scene and what a sweet face! Love how you used a portion of this image in your tall panel. Beautiful (like you)!

Rosanne Mulhern said...

Hi Linda, love your posts. Both your card and cute Emma really set the scene for our impending winter in a sweet way.

stampwithamyk said...

I love this card! The designer paper is just perfect behind your little snowman scene. Cute picture of Emma too!! :)

Mike said...

Cute card Linda. Didn't buy any of that DSP but sure like what you did with it! It DOES look like a snowstorm!

LeAnne said...

Wonderful card...love the DSP and the little scene! SO sweet...as is Miss Emma! Look at that face!

Diane - oliver.mdiane@comcast.net said...

Linda what a cute card! love the little snowman scene... plus the touch of candy cane twine is perfect for the season... but... that little Emma looks like she belongs in a Dicken's Christmas Carol book! So Sweet! hugs

Donna said...

Such a beautiful card. I may have to go play with that some this weekend.

Emma is just adorable and she really does look like she belongs in Dickens' time. So precious.

Amy O said...

That paper is perfect for this pretty scene. And I love the little splashes of red, as well as Emma's cute coat.

Karren said...

I love the little scene you've created on this card, Linda. That paper is just perfect (note to self: I am not buying any more DSP). And Miss Emma looks too cute in that beautiful little coat.

Jen said...

Miss Emma really is a bonny lass in her new getup!

And your card - what can I possibly say but that your scene is delightful and exquisite.

Jen Timko said...

A splediferous scene on this outstanding card! And little Miss Emma is simply charming in her new coat!! :-)

Judy said...

love your card ...it is so cute ...awesome

Kim S said...

That scene is so gorgeous on the snowy paper background! LOVE the little pops of red.

Stampingcountry said...

Cute, Cute, Cute! My interest in this stamp set is reviewed now that we have had our first snow.

Jen Brum said...

Sweet card Linda! I love that little snowman and the cardinal! So perfect for Christmas! Little Miss Emma is adorable in that coat! I love the red!!!

My Card Attic: Hazel said...

What a lovely scene on the focal piece Linda . . . a lovely CAS card. Thanks for the inspiration! Hazel x

Cindy Hall said...

First, a word about Emma... She looks like an adorable little character in a Dickens Festival! How adorable.

Now, for your divine card... the perfect winter scene. I love how you used the DSP with the 'stripes' vertically. It creates a totally different effect. The little flirtation with red on the bird and twine is juuuusssst right. Another stunning creation, Linda!

Narelle Farrugia said...

Firstly how gorgeous is Miss Emma and her beautiful coat? Secondly your card is just as beautiful! Love the little scene you've created.

Valentyna Komisarenko said...

This scene is beautiful! Love its magic!
Little lady is so cute!
Tina

Monika Reeck said...

Ooohh Emma sooo soo cuuutee with her new coat kiss for her Please Linda...
And I adore your scene too sweet little birdia and the snowman speaking each other so sweeeettt and nice twine too....thanks for your visit dear Linda...hugs. Monika from Munich