I hope you all have had a great week!
Just a note, before I begin...it's Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day....my father was just 20 years old and there December 7, 1941. He was haunted by the horrors of it his entire life. I will always be grateful to him and all those vets of WWII (and since then) for stepping up and protecting us and preserving the freedoms we so enjoy.
Today, over at Outlawz Challenges there's a new clean and simple challenge and I hope you'll have a chance to join in.
"I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas" - It's a classic Christmas song by Bing Crosby. This week let's make a clean and simple Christmas/winter card all white. You may use black or brown for a sentiment, otherwise everything else must be white.
That song came out during WWII and was quite an inspirational song during Christmas for the troops and their families.
I created this card for the challenge.
Easy peesy...with a Cheery Lynn O Tannembaum Christmas tree die, a snowfall embossing folder and a spellbinder oval die for the stamped sentiment. I used an Ice White Viva Decor Pearl Pen to create little pearl embellishments on the "tree".
Come on over to the Outlawz Challenges and play along with the new CAS challenge.
Thanks for stopping by and I hope you all have a great week!