JAI # 178 – Just Add Snowflakes

Well I must say – Just Add Snowflakes is so appropriate for today….it’s freezing here.  I imagine that it’s also freezing in other parts of the country and in NZ too.  We have had a cold, wet, rainy, windy day today.  Although we have not had (and will probably never have) any snowflakes.

Here is the Card I did for this challenge……….
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And it is my first Christmas Card for 2013 too.  The Snowflake in the middle spins around – and is different colours on each side.

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So if you have snowflakes at your place – or like me….just feel like you do – have a go at a Snowflake project and join our Challenge.  Go to Just Add Ink to check out all the other Snowflake projects or to show us your project. 


5 Responses to JAI # 178 – Just Add Snowflakes

  1. Love your suspended glimmer flake, Chantell. This card looks fantastic. That die was my favourite product from last year’s Holiday catty and I’ve used it as well. I have no new products yet.

  2. Kim Badelt says:

    Love this gorgeous fun Christmas card Chantell. The glimmer snowflake is a stunning eye catcher! I know my munchkins would be wanting to spin it around thats for sure! xxx

  3. Nikki Spencer says:

    Very striking Chantell. Your colours really pop and a spinning snowflake is such a cool idea…love it! xx

  4. Bonnie says:

    I love this spinning snowflake! What a fun card! I’d much rather have snow than cold rain! Brrr!

  5. Paula F says:

    This is so clever. Haven’t attempted one of these cards yet…yours looks terrific. Very inspiring.

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