Thursday, December 30, 2010

Silver Dragonflies Don't Like Snow Storms

Oh the calm before the storm! I was so hoping to pick up my virus-free computer tomorrow -- but we are supposed to be up to 7 inches of snow starting at midnight tonight.  My sister is supposed to fly out of here back home to Arizona tomorrow afternoon --- don't see either of those things happening! But I can stay cozy in my house and stamp room! We have lots of wood ready to go.

Today the Splitcoast Ways To Use It Challenge was "Sterling Silver."  We could use silver in our creations any way we liked.

I used Dragonflies at Dusk by Rubber Stamp Tapestry for my card today. It is such a sweet set, with several different dragonfly images. The sentiment is Think Happy Block Stamp, also by RST.

My silver metallic paper is by Prismatics, the silver hardware is Hodgepodge Hardware by Stampin' Up! and I used Silver and Diamond Stickles on my stamped dragonfly wreath.

You can click on the photos for a great close-up!
Thanks for stopping by and enjoy the last day of 2010!

Stamps: Dragonflies at Dusk Fabric Stamp Set and Think Happy Block Stamp by Rubber Stamp Tapestry
Paper: PTI White, Prismatic Silver Metallic, SU! Perfect Plum
Ink: VersaColor Grape, Heliotrope, Atlantic, Neptune, Lila, Violet
Accessories: Silver and Diamond Stickles, lavender organdy ribbon, flower gems (Hero Arts), Hodgepodge Hardware (SU!), large and small oval punches, heat gun (to curl ribbon), Cuttlebug Swirl EF


  1. This is beautiful. I just got that cuttlebug swirl impression plate and probably will use it tomorrow when I make some more cards. Thanks for the inspiration.

  2. I love the sparkle and the colors!! BEAUTIFUL!

    I hope the snow is not TOO bad!!
    Happy New Year!

  3. Beautiful card Judy! I just love how you embossed that silver paper.

  4. Another absolutely stunning card! :) I love your cards! :D
    The dragonfly image you did on the card is beautiful, i love it!


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