Thursday, December 19, 2013

It’s getting to look a lot like Christmas

Getting to look a lot like Christmas 2013
I’m feeling so wonderful today and I have some fantastic new to share. Georgianne has feeling in her feet and she has moved her left toe. This is the best Christmas ever, things are still going to be slow but finally she has feeling. For the ones that do not know my sister in law had a large tumor removed from her brain in September and has not had any feeling from her neck down since. I love good new!!! So the Outlawz Twisted Thursday Challenge has started and for this week the twisted is ANYTHING GOES WITH ANYTHING GOES now how easy is that. The image I used from Stitchy Bear is called snow mail box. OMG I was just over at Stitchy Bear and looking for the link for the snow mail box and if you like scenery images there are some winter, spring, fall and summer  scenes that are breath taking.
Our Sponsor for the month of December is STITCHY BEAR
ALL OF OUR WONDERFUL IMAGES ARE FROM SITICHY BEAR
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Card stock is from my stash. The flower is from prisma.
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Side view.
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For the inside spellbinders label 8, Sizzix branch with leaves and Impression Obsession die097-M. Let open for a sentiment or a written message.
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Copic markers used to color the image. Here is the close up of the image. I used what I call Styrofoam fluff. I take a Styrofoam block and rub it together and it brakes apart and it looks like snow. The Merry Christmas is a sticker.
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Two surprises for you this week! Our Designer Anne done a wonderful card using coffee filters so stop by her blog and see how to make this darling card.
Remember you can click on the pictures and make them bigger

snowman Janet 1      snowman Janet 2
These snowman our designer Janet made and here is the video using We R Memory Envelope Maker.
These darling snowman wrappers can be used for so many things.
You tube video done by Jackie Topa
I hope you enjoyed all the goodies today, thanks for stopping by. Come by and join us we would love to see your creation.
AA PATRICIA ST MARTIN - SIGNATURE

25 comments:

Carla S. said...

So happy to hear the news about Georgianne, Pat! I hope she gets better every day. Your card is really stunning! I have that image and have never seen it colored so beautifully! Thanks for the inspiration!

Pia S said...

That's great news, Pat!
Also, love all the snowy effects you added to this card - so beautiful!

Sandy said...

Beautiful Christmas card and good news about your sister-in-law!
Merry Christmas!!
Sandy

Linda Palmer said...

So happy to hear the good news about you SIL. Gorgeous Christmas card and beautiful design. I love this card. Merry Christmas Pat!

Marie Gamber said...

Stunning! The background looks like I could just have a great stroll in the snow! Beautiful
Hugs,
Marie

Nadja said...

What a beautiful and stunning card you have created! Love the way you put the design together. The fluff is gorgeous! So happy for you to get this wonderful news!

Nadja

Anneke said...

this is such a wonderful winterscene and what did you glue on the roofs?
i love it, becaue it gives such a real snow blanket.
very beautiful.
hugs from Ann

Roxann said...

You just simply amaze me, Patricia! Every card you make is more beautiful than the last. This winter scene is spectacularly gorgeous! Love everything about it. Merry Christmas and I am so glad Georgianne is doing better!
Hugz,
Roxann

Darcy Schroeder said...

Pat, such a lovely card! It really is beautiful! So glad to hear your sis-in-law is showing some improvement finally.
Hugs
Darcy

Pat (mspfd) said...

This is such a spectacular creation withfabulous coloring and snow embellishing. Your sky looks so lifelike, Outstanding creation Pat!

Vivienne Holden said...

Fabulous card and fabulous news Pat!! I'm so happy for her and wish her a speedy return to good health.
Sending you best wishes for Christmas and the New Year my friend!
xxx

Donna Hanley said...

Fabulous news about your sister. The best gift you could have received this year. I adore your card. It just looks like we are looking down the driveway to this house. That snow looks lovely. Your coloring/shadowing is superb. The other goodies you offered up are darling. Thanks for sharing those. Have yourself a great weekend.

Stef H said...

omyword! is this ever gorgeous!

I seem to get "a threat has been detected" every time I come here, which is why my visits are few.
but know I watch what you're up to.

i'd like to wish you a truly blessed Christmas and a spectacular new year.

hugs :)

Sandra said...

Firstly let me say how happy I am that your SIL has movement, no matter how tiny. It all has to start somewhere...gives a new meaning to the phrase "baby steps" now doesn't it?

Your card is absolutely gorgeous Patricia!!!

The digi is amazing and of course your personal touch simply brings it to life. I love whatever it is that you used as snow, wow is all I can say.

Thank you again for the opportunity to GD with you last week, I enjoyed it thoroughly. Much obliged, Sandra :)

*Vicki* said...

WOW!! You have been such a busy stamping bee here Pat!! First, I love that card with the snow texture on it! STUNNING!! The other projects are awesome as well!! Such cute snowmen! :) HUGS

Anne Temple said...

That's fantastic news about your sister-in-law. So glad to hear it. Wonderful card too! It reminds me of a vintage Christmas card. Have a Merry Christmas Patricia.

Lisa M said...

Aw Pat, that's the best news anyone could get! Continued prayers for her and OH YES...your card....I could live there! Absolutely a calming and glorious scenery here :)
hugs to you and I hope you have a very Merry and Blessed Christmas.
Lisa x

Janet McLaughlin said...

Im so happy to hear about Georgianne! What a great Christmas present!
Love your card....what do you use for snow...it is gorgeous!

Stef H said...

always good to see you. no. I still get "a threat has been detected". but it could just be avast.

be well, my friend.

hugs :)

Penny said...

Pat, the news about Georgianne is just wonderful! I know her recovery has been slow, but she is improving, which is sooo important! I would think you would be over-the-moon about her news! :^)
Your card is so gorgeous! What a beautiful scene you have created, with your coloring and texture! Love this! Love your embellishment on this, too! :^)
Wishing you and yours a wonderful, Merry Christmas!
Big hugs, Penny

julieprice3 said...

What a gorgeous snowy scene, just beautiful, Wishing you and your family a very Happy Christmas Pat
Hugs from Australia Julie P

Dora said...

beautiful card! you created the depth very well. beautiful that yellow sun.
thank you for joining at craft a scene this month.
greetings

Anna-Karin said...

Beautiful card! The snowy feeling is wonderful, and the colouring gorgeous. Great idea with the styrofoam. Thank you for sharing with us at Craft a Scene!

NancyD said...

You have made a wonderful scene Pat. Love the added flowersoft detail. The final card is truly lovely. Thank you for joining us this month at Craft a Scene. NancyD

hoptownracer1 said...

Praying that your S-I-L improves with every passing day! :) Love your card; it is beautiful, and Thank you for your tutorial on making snow!