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So beautiful! I love it!

This is so nice! I really like the embossing and the way you trimmed out the winter scene. The torn paper snow is the perfect special touch. This would be great for multiple Christmas cards!

Hi, Marshia! Beautiful scene! ♥

If you're looking for another way to "see" the stamp, have you considered using it for Jan's (Far North's) Watercolor Challenge? It might give you some interesting results.

Another thing you could do is stamp it with VersaMark over patterned paper and then clear emboss. This would protect the sky as the clear embossing would resist. Then you could color in the trees with marker or ink.

This is so pretty Marshia! Love the embossing on the night sky and the torn and inked snowy hills are wonderful. Thank you so much for doing my challenge!!

Just lovely, Marshia! The torn paper adds so much to the composition! TFS!

This is so pretty and I love looking at it on this hot day! You achieved great texture with it! Love the color scheme you chose. I have officially added this stamp to my wish list, TFS!

Ohhhh! So beautiful! Makes me want to go for a winter walk. Great job!

This is beautiful! I love everything about it! Love the torn paper for the snowbanks.

That HA image is gorgeous. I really love the colors on this card. I want to be on your Christmas card list. :) Oh, and I'm using your card for Looser's find an image game.

Lovely lovely card! I really like the torn edges! So simple, yet so effective! I love the shine of the image! I forget how pigment ink can go with clear EP! lol!!

Great job! TFS!

Wonderful Holiday Card! That focal image does look like a photograph. The background patterned paper is gorgeous. The torn-paper snow looks wonderful too, and the inking of the edges adds balance to the design. Love it! TFS. Daria


Absolutely elegant! Love the textures you created here! TFS

This is SO pretty! I love that really dark color of blue for your image and background. The snow piles do add a lot of texture and depth. Great job!

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