Tuesday, January 19, 2021

Winter Wishes

 I was cruising around the internet, looking for inspiration and I went to the Lindy's Gang website.  I am sure that Lindy's has been in the craft business as long as I have been crafting and their products are so innovative that many have tried to copy them, but in my opinion there is nothing as good as the original.  I saw the January challenge on the Lindy's blog and I immediately knew I had to get out my goodies and take part in it.  So here is my card:

What I Used to make my Card:
Square White Card Base
White Cardstock
White Pearl Cardstock
Lindy's Gang Glitz Spritz in Steel Shimmer {discontinued but this would work}
Lindy's Gang Starburst in Tainted Teal
Lindy's Gang Magical Shaker in Oom Pah Pah Pink
Lindy's Gang Embossing Powder in Magic Moon Pearls
Sizzix/Tim Holtz Paper Snowflakes, Mini, #661599
Penny Black Wintertime Wishes Die, #51-078
Hand Held Circle Paper Punch {like the type you use in an office}

The Products I Used

Now I have to give Lindy's some product love. I have been a fan of their embossing powder forever; they make the absolute coolest 2 tone powders I have ever seen.  I had gotten the
magical shaker as a freebie when I was buying some of their products but had never used it
before this project and I had no idea what to expect.  When I shook the powder out onto the paper, it was a blah taupe color and I honestly didn't think it was going to work.  I got a little  upset thinking I ruined the paper I had made.  Well, once the water touched it, the color literally bloomed in front of me - it was amazing!  Their sprays are also quality- I hadn't used them in ages; honestly probably since I added the water to them way back when I received them a few years back.  However, a little shake to mix the color and I had no problem spritzing them out at all. No clogs, no blobs, nothing.  Beautiful!

I made my paper with the various Lindy's products, then die cut all the snowflakes.  I realized I needed a neutral color to use with the colored snowflakes so I chose a pearlized white and used that to cut out more snowflakes.  The hand-held, circle punch was used to add a circle in some of the flakes.  I cut the sentiment out of the same paper, layered my snowflakes around the card, trimmed it, and I was done.  I am very pleased with this card, I love all the sparkle! Thanks SO much for stopping by! ~ Fondly, Christi

I am entering my Card in the following challenges:
Lindy's Gang Challenge - Lindy's Winter Color Challenge
Cuttlebug Mania - Winter, Use Blue
International Art & Soul, #100 - Winter
Happy Little Stampers, Die Cuts - Anything Goes
Through the Purple Haze, #176 - Color Palette
Creative Crafters, #36 - Anything Goes
Try it on Tuesday - Winter Blues

Through the Purple Haze


  1. Lovely card Christi. Thank you for sharing with us over here at The Creative Crafters Challenge and best of luck with your entry.
    Wendy DT Member for

  2. A lovely card Christi, love the design.
    Thanks for sharing with us at Try it on Tuesday.
    Avril x

  3. Wow! This card is lovely, I love the soft colors.

    Thank you so much for joining us at International Art & Soul. Hope to see you again soon.

    Chriss - DT Sister

  4. Beautiful card. I love the pretty colors. Great to see you in the HLS gallery. Hope you will join us this month too! Nandini, DT

  5. Very beautiful interpretation of the moodboard. Thanks for sharing it with us at Through the Purple Haze Challenges.

  6. Beautiful card! Thank you so much for entering our challenge at Try it on Tuesday with this lovely creation. Looking forward to see you again next challenge.
    Designer for Try it on Tuesday {My Blog}


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