A One Layer Card, and What Happened to Winter?

Saturday, February 11, 2012

This week's One-Layer Wednesday Challenge (OWL 78) is to make a one-layer card using MORE THAN FIVE circles on your card. This was a real challenge for me!  Lost, I decided to clean off my work table, thinking I might find some clarity in a clean work area.  And there it was, a small pile of stamps I had set aside to use in January.  You know, those cute little snowmen, and Wintery themed stamps you don't use during Christmas, that are just perfect for a cold and snowy January day.  It's now almost the middle of February and we still haven't had a Winter, but look at this snowflake border stamp from Hero Arts I used below.  Look at all those circles and dots!  Maybe now we'll get some snow.....

Just to show you what a warm Winter we've had, look at my daffodils.  They're in bloom a month early.

Stamps:  Hero Arts- Snowflake Border & Memory Box-Sentiment
Ink: Palette Snow
Paper: Kraft
Accessories: Bling

Happy Stamping...


  1. Great use of circles! I can't believe you actually WANT snow -- no thanks :)

  2. I love the white ink on kraft. Stunning.

  3. HI There Cheryl, Wonderful card, perfect on kraft and I love the clean and simple design, great idea! xxx

  4. LOVE this--we've got snow on the way after months of 60* weather and I'm not looking forward to it. Would much rather have daffodils! ;)

  5. Beautiful one layer card Cheryl.

  6. Hi Cheryl,

    I can't believe your daffodils are in bloom already. I checked over the weekend to see if mine were peeking out of the dirt yet, but they are not. Great card for the challenge. I'm ok with no snow now.

  7. I know what you mean about no snow to speak of this winter! Love your snow circles.

  8. What a cute clean and simple card. Love the flowers. None here yet. :(

  9. Super cute card! I was thinking, yeah, no winter here either... checked your profile to see where you were from... and I'm in ATL as well! LOL!


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