Friday, October 8, 2010

Time To Chill


This is a sneak peek of the new set called Time To Chill from Mark's Finest Papers due out this coming Tuesday. I used some dp from a large paper pack that I got from Costco with a felt snowflake and rhinestomes from Stampin' Up to embellish. This is also for our challenge this week at Speedy's Friends to include stripes in our card designs along with the SCS Inspiration challenge.

14 comments:

Tenia Nelson said...

Super cuteness!!!

Becky said...

Awwww how cute :)

Virgo5 said...

Oh he's so cute, I love his pink cheeks!

Our Little Inspirations said...

How Cute!! I love how you used the goo punch and felt snowflakes on this! Such a delightful seasonal card!

Vicki Dutcher said...

He's so cute with the dotted paper!! Love this!

Janeen said...

Oh, he's so cute. --Thank you for your comment on my buttons and bows card. --Bellevue, WA--one of my favorite places. My husband is in food service and we did a lot of Demos for Nueske Bacon at the Larry's Markets when they were around. We always stayed in Bellevue. --This blogging stuff is very new and I am having fun with it but it's true, it can be addictive.

Harriet Skelly said...

The penguin is adorable! I love the mix of dp you used!

redwasher1 said...

How sweet he looks!! Fabulous job!!!

Benzi said...

Such a cute, rosy-cheeked penquin on top of that pretty felt snowflake. Adorable card!

Janeen said...

Hi Joanne, Thanks for your comment on my card and informing me of Speedy Cat's challenge for the week. I was just going to head over there.

Betty Wright said...

Oh, dear! I see penguins. I just heart penguins. This is so beautiful and the way you accented the frame with the snowflake is just inspired. Awesome card, Joanne!

Joanne (jojot) said...

this is just so dang cute...lovin that little penguin...and the snowflake peeking out the top

Lynn McAuley said...

Love this precious penguin and fabulous falling snowflakes!!

What a delightful holiday card, Joanne!

Peggy said...

Absolutely ADORABLE! I have some of those felt snowflakes left and now have some new ideas for using them!! TFS!