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From Millan.Net's still winter out there!!!  Well in all fairness it IS only just now February.....and many of us still have months of winter to go.  And we are HAPPY about it!!!  LOL   So....let's use that winter view that many of have outside our windows to inspire some stamping!!!

This is a out our back door just off the deck.  There's lots to choose for inspiration.  Of course I chose the snow....but you could be inspired by the colors you see, pine cones, winter time, well just anything really that you take away from this photo!!!

So I went with Winter White as my inspiration.....and layers and layers since of course in winter you need a LOT of layers to stay warm!!!  LOL  Various Spellbinders dies, embossing folders, pearls, ribbon.....all of it white!!  I used the sentiment from the Winter Wishes Stamp TV Kit.....still one of my most favorite stamp sets ever!!!  Of course!! put on your winter frame of mind....and come play along!!!!

You can find the gallery here:  STV15MON5 Gallery

Be sure your creation is uploaded to our gallery by: Sunday, February 8th, 8PM CST.

Use the keyword/tag:  STV15MON5

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Thanks. I will see what I can do then. I am needing birthday cards so might go with a card for that this time.
Lee - GKD DT/Moderator said:

Hi Verna!  You can do anything at all that inspires you from looking at the photo!!  Anything!

I did go with winter after all. Here is my Winter Birthday card. Thanks for a challenge that was fun to do even if I am not so much in the mood for winter any more.

Your photo was inspiration enough, but then this morning we have 2" of the white stuff and it is still coming down. Over 60º yesterday and forecaster say it could be that high tomorrow. I used the three colors in your photo for my card...Great challenge and gorgeous card Lee.

This time I went with the colors from the inspirational photo. Here is my Summer Birthday.

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