Fussy and Fancy Friday Challenge #129 Snowflakes and Ribbon

Good morning. It's nearly the weekend, which means I have 1 more week at work to go before my holidays start! Woot! It's also time today for another challenge from the Fussy and Fancy Friday Challenge blog and this fortnight we are sponsored by Freshly Brewed Designs. Our challenge, should you decide to take it, is an easy one and perfect for the current season - use snowflakes and ribbon. This challenge will last for 4 weeks this time so give the DT a little rest over the holiay season.

Fresh Brewed Designs

I used the cute Snow What Fun to make a more masculine card, but you can still use ribbon on it without it looking all girly and frilly. I add some touches of silver ribbon to my second layer, which imitated the layout of the digi stamp.


Stamps: Snow What Fun from Freshly Brewed Designs, Tremendous Treats: Christmas from Papertrey Ink

Papers: Soft Sky, Night of Navy, Silver Glimmer Card, White Glimmer Card all from Stampin' Up, Copic X-Press It Blending Card, Winter Wishes Patterned Papers from Echo Park

Inks: Soft Sky from Stampin' Up, Clear Wink of Stella

Accessories: Silver Ribbon from Stampin' Up, Snowflake Dies from Marianne Creatables

Copics Used:
Navy - B93, B95, B97, B99
Aqua - BG10, BG11, BG13
Shadows on Snow people - BG0000, BG000
Carrots - YG04, YG07, YG18
Cheek - R30, R32
Twigs - E29

And that's all from me for this post folks! Thanks for stopping by and don't forget to pop on over to the Fussy and Fancy Friday Challenge blog and check out all the other gorgeous cards from the Dt and why not join in the fun whilst you're there. 


  1. Hi Vannessa...a fantastic masculine Christmas card!! Your colouring is always fabulous...perfectly designed!! Enjoy your weekend Vannessa!!
    Take care,

  2. Very pretty card..love the "blues" for Christmas...a great way to add the ribbon to make it more masculine!!! Adorable snowmen stamps, too!!


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