This first one is called Winter Wishes. It is such a beautiful scene that comes with two sentiments for you to use. I used my Copics on this scene and my colorless blender to give the feel of snow falling. My little jingle bell was found in a bag of old junk my neighbor wanted me to get rid of, hehe.
Images: Winter Wishes
Paper: Cottonball White, Spruce Needle, BG Jovial
Copics: B21, B23, C1, G17, G28, R46, 559, C3, colorless blender
Accessories: Square & Scalloped Square Nestabilities, twine, jingle bell, Jumbo Scallop Die-namics
My next card was made with the digi called Snow Crocus. I don't know much about flowers, but when I looked this one up, I thought it was gorgeous. Such a pretty and simple flower.
Images: Snow Crocus
Ink: Vintage Photo Distress Ink
Paper: unknown orange, Crate Paper dp, Cottonball White
Copics: Y00, Y15, Y38, C1, G17, G28
Accessories: Labels 12 Nestabilities, organdy ribbon, antique brads, decorative brad, ticket punch
Be sure to make your way over to Lori's blog, Clearly iStamp, to see more samples and the full sets. Also check out this month's Clearly Inspired Challenge going on over there. . .it's a color challenge, and there is a great prize up for grabs :D