Thursday, August 6, 2015

Cool Thoughts for a Warm Day


The Memory Box Challenge #3 is "cool thoughts for a warm day" so that was my inspiration for making this Christmas card.

I cut a Memory Box Frostyville border die with white and layered it onto a cool blue panel of card stock. I heat embossed the sentiment with white embossing powder and added some narrow silver ribbon for the finishing touch. What I really like about this card is that it won't require extra postage to mail! Winner!

Thanks for stopping by, and I hope you have a fantastic day!

Carol

13 comments:

scrAPpamondo said...

Ohhhh.... I feel so fresh! :D
Here there are 40° and nothing little wind... :/
Love this blue tone and the frostyville border is just pefect!
Have a breeze day... :)

Barb said...

Morning Carol, Your card is very pretty and fits the challenge perfectly. What a lovely little die that it. That's another Christmas card made! Barbxx

aussie aNNie said...

My this is a gorgeous Christmas card Carol...love the die.xx
{aNNie The Journey Is The Start My Personal Blog}

Asha said...

LOVE that diecut border, Lisa. Your card is perfect for the CASE-ing Christmas Challenge #28 . I'd love you see your card there. Just follow the link to the challenge blog and play along with us.
hugs, Asha

cotnob said...

This is beautiful Carol, such a delicate border.
Pauline
x

Donna Hanley said...

I love, love, love that white against the cool blue card stock. A touch of class my friend.

Princess Judy Palmer said...

Winner winner chicken dinner indeed! It is a lovely card.

Stampsnob. said...

Just appreciating that it didn't rain today Wasn't thinking of cool........>Lis

Jean said...

Your beautiful crisp white die cut border looks wonderful against the lovely blue panel.A super cool card.
Jean x

Di said...

Lovely cooling Christmas card Carol! Got the giggles here about your knee slapper tall order comment - what a wag you are :) Been looking back over your cards - some lovely makes, as always. The PB mouse and flower is adorable :)

Hugs

Di xx

Mary Anne / MA54K said...

Love this card, and thanks for the link to the blog. I never visited there before.

Chris D. said...

It such a simple design, yet really packs a punch! What a gorgeous card!

Jennifer Van Pelt said...

Beautiful, thanks for sharing!