Sunday, January 17, 2010

SSHP14 Saturday Spotlight challenge blog

**Dont lose your head over this absolutely hilarious image! " ** :)
Here is my first time card for the Saturday Spotlight Challenge blog. Use snow flakes! I totally LOVE LOVE LOVE this cute image from Impression Obsession! This image is called "A Bump in the Snow"...and I absolutely had to have it. When I saw this challenge was for snowflakes...wow..I had a reason to use it. Dp is K & Co. and I used Copics to do a little coloring. TFL!

56 comments:

Riet said...

What a gorgeous card Jane,i love your image and the papers.

Hugs Riet.xx

KymKreates said...

Jane,
The lace is the perfect addition to this card. It compliments your coloring perfectly!
Kym

Jessica G. said...

This image made me smile and I haven't even had my morning coffee yet! Beautiful coloring technique as always. Great snowflake punch and your lace even has a snowy feel! Thanks for joining us on this week's Saturday Spotlight challenge!!

Linda McClain said...

Oh my goodness - that's hilarious. Love it.

RosesMarijke said...

very Gorgeous card Jane!!

Susan said...

Love the image!!! Lovely card Jane!

Darlene (SCS:akronstamperdpk) said...

Oh my gosh .. this image is sooooooo adorable and you've colored it perfectly!!! Love that "snowflake" lace and layout ... perfect! Thanks for joining us at Saturday Spotlight!! Well done!!

Cindy Haffner said...

Oh just DARLING!!!

Justine said...

That is hysterical, I HAVE to HAVE this image. Is is a digi???? I want it today. LOL, You have really brought it to life Jane

Crystal said...

AWW that image is soooo funny!!! What a beautiful card!!! thanks so much for joining us at Saturday Spotlight!

Silli said...

Hello dear Jane, your card is so cute, I love the funny image, love the colors... Very pretty. Big hugs and happy day!!!

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

Oh Jane...I just love these snowmen and your coloring!!! Wow!! The blue and white is perfect. Stunning card!! Love your lace, button, bow,layout and gems!! O.k. love it all... Awesome take on the Sat. Spotlight!! Hope all is well. Missing you.
hugs,
Chris

Lisa said...

What a wonderful card! I love the image but, your coloring is fabulous!

Give some love to Patty and Bubba for me!

Hugs,
Lisa

Pam S. said...

Hi Jane - I can sure see why you HAD to have it! makes me want it! lol This is a delightful card!
Pam Going Postal

Shirley said...

I love it! The lace is perfect for this card!

JenMarie said...

Love this!

Jessica Cangiano said...

Oh my word, those precious little snowpeople are too adorable for mere words! Every one of your designs is so charming, whimsically, cheerfully sweet, Jane, they always put giant smiles on my face :) (Thank you!)


Blissful wishes for an amazing Sunday, sweet soul!
♥ Jessica

juliem said...

Love the colors you used.

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Lily said...

Hello Jane, your cards are so pretty, your coloring is fab, love to browse your blog and glad to meet you!
Hugs,
Lily

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