Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Timeless Tuesday...winter or whatever

Well it'a Timeless Tuesday Wednesday for me but so what is all I have to say. Bad betcha, as the folks in Montana say. You can do a winter/Christmas for the challenge and since I have no really wintery type stamps I went with a Christmas theme. Very easy except for the bottom strip which I cut all the little bitty leaves etc. and for me that's quite a feat as I absolutely hate cutting. Easy peasy card once I colored and cut I just slapped it all together and put on a band of ribbon, used my oval Spellbinder dies and I'm done. This is all from the set
Christmas Candles. A very loverly set.
Very windy here today...winds are at least 40-50 mph. I nearly got blown away going down to pick up my mail. Should have left it there as because as mail from any cute cowboys, just junk and bills. Will it ever change? I doubt it but I figure it is what it is and that's that.
Happy week fellow stampers.


Sandy said...

Looks lovely, fab cutting! and love the verse. You might consider turning off word verification it usually takes me several goes to get it right and I can't even work out what the picture number is as it's fuzzy. I tried listening to it instead and that is worse, LOL.
Hugs, Sandy

Glenda said...

I don't like cutting either...all this cutting sure paid off. This is very pretty. Sounds like your weather is a might intolerable. As for the cute cowboy, honey, I'd settle for just a sweet talking country boy! They also seem to be in very short supply!

flourishes said...

HI Pat,
This card is stunning. Great job with the fussy cutting, but it sure does make this card a knock out of the park~!
Jan Marie

Broni said...

Love the sweet little candle lineup at the bottom! Thanks for playing along in the Timeless Tuesday challenge with us this week!

Julie Koerber said...

Beautiful card mom, I love the way you added the little candles as a border -- such a nice touch! :-)

Susan (rainy) said...

Love the row of candles.. and that fussy cutting may not be your cup of tea, but it sure looks great. Beautiful card, Pat.