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Tuesday, 20 November 2012

Mo Manning Christmas Card

Hi there - just popping in to show you another Christmas card, and without a person or animal in site!  This Mo Manning digi image is simply called Door With Wreath and is made for these Graphic 45 papers!

I seem to be hooked on heat embossing at the moment and have added some Stampendous White Opaque embossing powder to the door mantel, wreath and the ground around the door for the snow effect.  I then sprinkled some powder and heated it from underneath so it wasn't blown away - it looks like snow flurries dont' you think, or maybe the after effects of a snowball or two! 
I do need to add a sentiment - I was looking for something like "From our House to Yours"  but may have to do this on the PC. 

You can find the image here at Mo's Digital Pencil - thanks for popping in!

11 comments:

debby4000 said...

Oh what a wonderful, gorgeous card Julie.
luv
Debby

Caroline said...

Julie this is gorgeous I love the image. Caroline xxx

tanja said...

Gorgeous looking card Julie xxxtanja

Louise said...

Fabulous card and I love the snow effect
Louise xx

Eileen said...

Who needs people? This is gorgeous. Love the snow effect, will have to try that :)
Perfect colouring and beautiful bow
Eileen x

Sue - bearhouse said...

This is wonderful Julie. I love the image and the gorgeous snowy effect, may give that a try - thanks for the idea!

Hugs Sue

Grenouille Greetings said...

Hey Julie! I love, love, love your snow flurries just falling from the wreath as a gust of wind catches it. If you stop by for coffee on Saturday, you can stamp off my "from our home to yours" sentiment! Hugs Lesley

Carla S. said...

Gorgeous Holiday card, Julie! I love the traditional papers and the classic image! Wonderful coloring!

Riet said...

What a gorgeous card.

Hugs Riet.xx

coops said...

so stunning julie.gorgeous traditional image and colours and i love your snow effect :D

xx coops xx

Daniele said...

Julie this looks amazing, love the snow effect that you did on the door, so realistic
hugs