Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Joining my Unity Friends.

 
     Today's card is sending holiday wishes.  I would like to link this up for the Hop at Unity today.  I was a little off the track of my "Christmas Card a Day", but hey, at least I am posting!  I get pulled sideways by all the great challenges out there.  As you look at today's card, just remember, I was not going for perfect color, but more touches of it as accents. 

Here is what I used:

Card base- silver metallic from Bazzill.
Designer Paper- Crate Paper, Open Road collection.
Negative from cutting a circle.
Punches- snowflakes from Martha Stewart.
Stamps- Unity KOM November 2011
Inks- Poppy Parade, Pistachio Pudding, Smoky Slate, all from SU!, and water brush.

     Today is also Veterans Day, so a big thank you to all those you have served, past and present.  I love when you stop by, and I hope you make it a good one.

16 comments:

Carol L said...

It's another beauty with those muted colors, and the diagonal stripes working the background are wonderful!

Donna Hanley said...

Another great from you. I love that paper backing up this adorable scene. Hope your day is terrific.

Team Clark said...

Oh how I love these amazing colors together! Wow! What a great design, the houses in the window are just perfect!

Gaylynn said...

Sweet scene. I like the touch of colors and the window. :)

Rebecca Yahrling said...

But your colors are perfect! I love this - very pretty!

Helen said...

Beautiful!

jimlynn said...

A wonderful scene and a pretty, pretty card! Love those little houses on here too.
Lynn

Helen Gullett said...

Pretty scene card! Love those houses :)

Cynthia said...

Lovely winter card, Mary Anne.

Denise Bryant said...

Pretty card! Love the layers!

Tami said...

WOW this is so pretty Love the soft subtle colors!!

Amanda Rhodes said...

I love the snowflakes and the background paper!

Olga Jewell said...

Gorgeous

Guadalupe Galvis said...

Lovely

Colleen said...

Mary Anne,
This is adorable I love the subtle coloring

Darnell J Knauss said...

I see you are still on a roll, Mary Anne! I'm loving your newest creations, especially this scene with the awesome striped matting!! Hugs, Darnell