Thank You for Being So Cool!

Well, hello again!  I am sliding in with my little friend for one more post this evening before I settle in for a short winter’s nap!  Today’s first post can be found here.

As with my earlier post, this little card is also based on the current CAS(E) sketch:



This wonderful Lawn Fawn sledding bunny made another appearance earlier this winter here in one of my favorite cards of the season.  I am not sure this tops it, but I *was* sure excited to use my new Papertrey Ink Movers and Shakers die to get him moving up and down the hills!

Once you slide him along the path, the sentiment is revealed:


So stinking cute, isn’t it?  I made this card with a specific student and her family in mind and I am so excited to give it to them as a thank you for their Christmas present!


All stamps here are from Lawn Fawn; the bunny is colored with Copics; I used Brilliance Inks in blue, silver & red, Flower Soft, and Stickles.  The amazing snowy hill is actually cut from a sheet of wrapping paper I found at our local Northwest Art and Frame store.  $8 for a sheet of wrapping paper– YIKES!  But it is so worth it– gorgeous texture, sheen, weight–and it should last awhile and come in handy for a variety of cards.


We have no snow here in our damp, coastal clime–has a blizzard caught you in your tracks, yet?  If so, I hope you are warm, safe and maybe enjoying some wintery wonderland adventures!

And if you are stuck inside with many feet of snow impeding travel (or even if you’re not!!), head over to CAS(E) and spend some time hopping around the inspiring blogs linked up there!

Check back tomorrow for more of my thank you cards!

And thank you for dropping by!


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