Thursday, February 3

Valentine Snowflake



Paper Pals Arts had a challenge with color this morning and I was feeling a bit overwhelmed with all the white stuff we have in this part of the woods! LOL! So I decided to make a minimialist Valentine out of a SnowFlake Die. This cute colorful heart is just floating on a snowflake to wish a little BE MINE Valentine cheer, from a retired SU set called Fancy Flexible Phrases! NEED just atiny bit of ribbon? Here I cut the finished edge off of the SU Satin Ribbon for just the right width! So cute during this season of SNOW!
~Donna

12 comments:

Marisa said...

LOVE it!!! Fabulous idea :) Hope you aren't buried under too much snow! The news coverage I watched the other day was insane!

Stephanie Rodgers said...

This is just adorable! What a cute idea! Love it!

Sue W said...

Fabulous! So simple but so striking!!!
Roll on Spring ah!!!

-Susan- said...

How wonderful...you took that cold white stuff and made something beautiful!!

Andrea L - EnchantINK said...

Well ... snowflakes & valentine hearts are certainly relevant in your part of the world ... but we are having a mild heat wave here in AUS!!! So ... love the idea ... but somehow it won't be a "good fit" for me! Giggle! Sensational design, Donna! Hugs xxaxx

Dale Morin said...

Very Cute idea. TFS

Shelia said...

Donna. only you caould make something this beautiful. This is so dainty and pretty. A perfect valentin. I love it.

Sandra Farrell said...

These are so delicate and beautiful. Great job with this difficult colour challenge. I'm not sure if I'm ready to try it out or not.

Jen said...

Now this is one snowflake I like! Congratulations!!

Christy Q said...

So classically elegant - I love the minimalist look of this Valentine.

Jean Fitch from jlfstudio said...

This may be a snowflake but it makes me feel all warm inside. :D
Love the simplicity and all the textures!

Becky Selecman said...

I think it's a compliment if someone wants to CAS your cards. Most of the time a card cannot be completely, absolutely copied anyway, Most people who read blogs live soooo far away from the original creator. If I get an idea for a card I always say I CASed it. I don't have a blog or I would link it, but I do tell friends to check out a specific blog. I thought that is why most people blog --so ideas will be gleaned and you will buy product.