Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Blue and White Christmas

I love the stamp I used today and with a few watermarked snowflakes on the background, a touch of ribbon and a little bling, the result is classic! 



Interesting snowflake fact: According to the Guinness Book of World Records,  in 1887  the largest snowflake fell in Fort Keogh, Montana measuring 15 inches wide and 8 inches thick! Can you imagine being out and about during that snowstorm? 

15 comments:

  1. Don't know whether you would call them snowflakes Tammy?
    Your card is absolutely gorgeous!

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  2. This is beautiful Tammy such an intricate tree its gorgeous xxxxx

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  3. Gorgeous card Tammy, love the design of that tree.

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  4. Wow what a snowflake!!!!Your card Tammy is just fabulous gorgeous colour.xxx

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  5. Stunning color combo!

    I think whoever measured that snow was a flake!

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  6. A stunning card Tammy!

    Hugs
    Linda xx

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  7. Very stunning! Love the touch of pearls too. That stamp looks like it is extremely versatile.

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  8. Classic and beautiful! Love the pearls on the tree and the wonderful color of blue.
    Lynn

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  9. I love that tree...but how on earth could a snow flake be THAT big???

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  10. I love the crispness of the white embossing of this beautiful tree on the blue. So so elegant!

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  11. Wow just stunning - so elegant xx

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  12. Hi Tammy what a beautiful tree I love the swirls and how you have put the pearls on the branches,k that ribbon as well as the sentiment look super.
    Hugs
    Lorraine x

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  13. THis is a clean and lovely card. beautiful creation!

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