Monday, September 19, 2011

One-Layer Snow Crystals

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The rest of my initial variations with A Muse's Snow Crystals took the form of one-layer cards. I must say this set is a delight to stamp with.


Using a ribbon I'd already knotted and pulled off another card
4.25" square, one pearl for pretty

In response to the craziness of this morning's post, I must report that I spent all day in my craft room, purging stamps and supplies, evaluating ink pads, and reorganizing all my supplies. It's really quite refreshing and deeply satisfying to the AR/OC aspects of my character.

Now, I am treating myself to the BBC verson of Pride and Prejudice with Colin Firth. Oh my.

17 comments:

  1. More beauty! Thanks for sharing :) Enjoy your time with Colin.

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  2. Ah, Colin Firth. :)
    A really beautiful snowflake stamp is a joy to behold. As are these peaceful-looking cards!

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  3. Great cards! Love snowflakes and these images are wonderful :) I really must see P & P one day...

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  4. Colin Firth will definitely inspire you! Loving these blue winter cards!

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  5. Two more gorgeous cards from that snowflake set!! Good for you, getting on with purging your craft room. What a great reward afterwards to watch Pride and Prejudice! I love the Colin Firth version.

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  6. Stamping and Collin Firth on P and P are my absolute LOVE!! I love both cards, but the 2nd card took my breath away!

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  7. Beautiful cards. I wish you were my neighbor -- stamping, AR/OC, and P and P. So nice to know I'm not alone...

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  8. Okay, I already was a fan because of your refreshing style, but you're a BBC P&P fan too? :) Have you ever seen BBC's North & South with Richard Armitage? They both are two of my all time favorites...

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  9. The best Pride and Prejudice! :) I need to spend some serious time purging in my craft room, too! And my closet, but that will have to wait until after Baby 3 makes her arrival. I love your blog! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  10. I love all your blue snowflakes!

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  11. Lovely cards and lovely, handsome CF - wow.....I never, ever tire of watching it....now you must also know that ITV - British alternative to BBC and big rival last year had the first series of Downton Abbey written by Julian Fellowes....it was unmissable....really really unmissable....I have the DVD of it....now they are showing the second series....I've recorded the first episode but will miss the second one as we are off on vacation and I'm wondering if you would enjoy that too, in fact I know you would enjoy it and you could see each episode by the ITV I Player. If interested here is the link to the first episode
    http://www.itv.com/downtonabbey/
    You may need to copy and paste into your browers bar. I hope to get an uninterrupted time tonight to view as I'll be home alone..what joy!!

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  12. Great cards. Love those snowflakes. Excited about your new Christmas stuff. I have to make about 25 "something inexpensive" before Christmas. So I will enjoy your inspiration.
    Erica (major fan here)

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  13. Now I have always loved your cards and your sense of humor! Now I can add that you love the old BBC Pride & Prejudice with Colin Firth and that just about makes you "perfect" in my book ;0) And today is the first day off I've had all summer, it's raining, the wood stove is going, and I have the BBC version of P&P too! I'm there with you! Lead on!

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  14. Love your snowflake cards. Simple but very effective. x

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  15. OH MY. I think I NEED that snowflake set. WAIT...I have snowflake sets.
    NOPE. NEED that one....sigh........Starla

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  16. Yup, love these ones too ... you are right, this is a great snowflake set ... or maybe it is the stamper making it look so good :-)

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