Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Merry Christmas


Hello there, I have two very similar cards to share today both inspired by the super talented Angeline's card for this week's CASE Study challenge.   I was so tempted to use my Paper Smooches Reflections set that Angeline used below, but instead went for a monochromatic look using the gorgeous new Verve snowflakes. I love how Julee sizes the images perfectly in her sets.  Very fun fonts and awesome images to coordinate equals a happy stamper!

My second card is very similar to the first but it is inspired by the last Viva La Verve Sketch for November.  I have to remember how much I like cream and white together...I again made the sketch a bit more CAS.  If you could see this in real life, you would be able to see that the white panel is shimmery white paper too.  
I hope you like them both...and that your week has gotten off to a great start!

31 comments:

Sherry Eckblad said...

Oh I love both of your cards, but that first is a favorite. The snowflakes, the colors, pure perfection.

Brandi said...

Love your cards!

~amy~ said...

lovelovelove

Quip1320 said...

Love them both, Lynn! The monochromatic look is so perfect with those snowflakes...gorgeous!

Ardyth said...

Love the colours you've chosen and the popped up panel! Beautiful cards, Lynn!

Mum of 4 said...

Eeek! Love both of these cards, Lynn! :)

Laurel said...

These are just stunning!

Emily (stampingout on SCS) said...

Your cards are just beautiful, Lynn! Hope you had a great holiday. :)

Tracey McNeely said...

Drop dead gorgeous Lynn. Your card is so beautiful and those snowflakes might be what tips me over the edge to Verve!

Virginia L. said...

Beautifully stamped, Lynn! I love the added dimensions and twines!

Maureen said...

oh, YUM! I love them both! You are rockin' that set! lOVE cream and white and that bow is making my heart pound! You and Verve are a match made in Heaven! :)

Barb said...

Oh, my goodness, I love them both, Lynn! Such beautiful stamping! The addition of the bow on your second card looks gorgeous!

Erin (Homemade Cards by Erin) said...

Love both of these, those snowflakes are getting some good inky love.

Jenny said...

Loving the monochromatic snowflakes Lynn, such a refreshing colour scheme for snowflakes and those sentiment fonts are amazing :0)
Jenny x

Elizabeta Kushner said...

Beautiful :)

Cindy C. said...

Both cards so lovely Lynn!!

Jay Gee said...

The soft colours are unique and lovely for Christmas Lynn. Fabulous cards :)

Marisa said...

Loooooove snowflakes so your two cards are making me very happy :) Great work on both! Love the way you used the earthy tones for the first set and the white and cream are great on the second. Just hoping Julee makes dies for these!!!!

Julee (Vervegirl) said...

Oh so gorgeous!

Melissa said...

Now I'm in a snowflake mood! :) Love these two takes on the original, Lynn! Both are so pretty! I REALLY like the cream and white color combination!!!

Karen B. said...

Gosh, Lynn, these are gorgeous, and my new favorites. Everything is perfect...from the subtle colors to the chic designs.

Deanna Jean said...

Lynn, these are both beautiful. I love the soft colors you used..very elegant.

Jinny Newlin said...

LOVE all these scrumptious neutrals, girl! You're making me want to dive into my snowflake stash ;)!

donna mikasa said...

Two beautiful cards! Neutrals are always so elegant!

kingstonmama said...

Beautiful cards. I especially love the first one. The snowflakes are gorgeous in those neutral colors. ann

sandie said...

I absolutely love both of these. I love the natural colours, they are really warming and I too love cream with white x

Andrea M said...

Love the neutrals Lynn - this card is a definite SCORE!!!

Jen W. said...

Ooooh! I love the snowflakes in these earth tones too!

Emily Leiphart said...

Wow, these colours are amazing and I spy a LID die! ;) Absolutely love these!

Dana Nelson said...

Still catching up on email subscriptions... These cards are such beauties!! *Pin*

Dana Nelson said...

CASE-ed this:
http://glimmercraft.blogspot.ca/2012/12/case-ed-merry-christmas.html