Friday, January 11, 2013

Let it Snow at Tilda's Town

Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow! 
How many inches of snow do you have? For us here in Chicago, there is no sign of snow! Yes, I miss the snow! Not the shoveling and all that good stuff... just the snow!
At Tilda's Town this week, our challenge theme is:
My card today is simple one. I used the Old Swedish Church from A Christmas Story 2012 Collection  and I inked it up with Distress Ink Reinkers. I used some Liquid Applique and Stickles for the snow. I added a few Spruce trees and a pice of string to finish it off!
And I also used
to achieve those even borders around the card.
PAM, our DT coordinator is the ambassador for PLR so if you enter the code Sparks5% at check out, you get a 5% discount!


OK, here's a last look at the Old Swedish Church!

Now, it's your turn turn to create your "Let it Snow" card and link it up to Tilda's Town Challenges for chance to win $10 GC to spend at the store.

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  1. Absolutely gorgeous, the Swedish Church scene.....lovely Magnolia trees! A wonderful winter scene!

  2. A quiet rustic scene Mae and I love it ! Have a wonderful weekend!

  3. This is the PERFECT example of why less is more! Your image just shines...absolutely stunning Mae! Brilliant work!
    Rene :D

  4. I ♥ this card! Wonderful idea.

    Jay Jay

  5. gorgeous Mae!!! Love your designing... all the elements tie together so beautifully the rustic-ness of the paper to the twine, the soft colors to the white of the snow... so true to nature! LOVE it! and YES to the paper layers tools! Don't you just love them!!! Thanks for the mention... appreciate it!

  6. I love the softness of the colours, such a pretty scene, just beautiful Mae
    Hugs julie P


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