Oct 27, 2008

CHF Challenge Chicks! A Faux Snow Challenge...

I just picked up some of this Faux Snow from my local scrapbook store on the weekend, so I was able to play along with this week's challenge over at Cornish Heritage Farms. I would say that after using it on 2 projects, I could see myself using it on layouts and Christmas Cards for this year. It's very easy to use and not too too messy either. Just apply with clear liquid glue, let dry, and voila!Here is my project, using the Primitive Christmas Set that I designed for CHF's Rummage Bin line. The sleigh is embossed with Seasonal Cinnamon embossing powder available at CHF. The tag is Tim Holtz fragments, dyed with Adirondack Alcohol Ink (Red Pepper), then stamped on opposite side "sleigh" with black Staz-on.
Please take some time to go visit the other girls' blogs to have a peek at how they used Faux Snow - you'll get some more inspiration and ideas!

Paper - My Mind's Eye, Basic Grey
Ink: Tsukineko, Ranger
Faux Snow: Art Glitter Institute
Embossing Powder and Rubber Stamps: Cornish Heritage Farms (Primitive Christmas)
Other: Twill, Pins, Fragment (Tim Holtz), Baker's Twine (Martha Stewart), Gems by Prima Marketing Inc., Lace


shel9999 said...

Cute, cute, cute! I love that red/white rope! (I really like your music too!)

Dawn said...

soooo cute!! and that string is perfect...looks like candy cane!

Dawn said...

soooo cute!! and that string is perfect...looks like candy cane!

Jennifer Roach said...

LOVE this! So many wonderful colours and textures.

Kelly S. said...

Lesley I love it! Especially the little candy cane looking ribbon and the red charm! Fabulous stuff as always, thanks for sharing with us!

Mireille said...

love the card! it's totally awesome!
girl.. YOU ROCK!

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