We woke up to a wintery wonderland. About five inches of snowfall overnight. It looks so pretty, but it's turning warmer and grayer and they are calling for rain. A very typical south-eastern Pennsylvania winter day. "A slush-fest," my husband calls it.
I'm playing along with the Merry Monday Challenge #142 again this week. It is calling for cards with houses. I was inspired by those vintage, pasteboard houses that people decorate with at Christmastime. I love the sugary colors; blues, pinks, light greens...
I used Paper Smooches Bitty Bungalows for the images and sentiment. The houses were heat embossed with white embossing powder, water-colored with Distress inks, then die cut. The back panel is raised and I added little heart sequins from Martha Stewart.
It's a bit hard to tell in the photo, but the sentiment is embossed in silver. It adds to the frosty feel of the card.
I think this card is just right for the entire winter season!
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I'm also linking up to the Paper Smooches Anything Goes Challenge this week. Love these challenges! Tons of inspiration!!