So in my last post I was
complaining commenting on the accuracy of the weather man and his definition of flurries, as compared to mine. Just an update - those Flurries dumped a record amount of snow on Calgary - just a measly 21 centimeters is the official report. I took my yardstick outside to my deck yesterday and stuck it in the snow, and lucky, lucky me - we actually received 32 cm here in my neighborhood. ( The on going joke in my family, and now even the ladies that attend classes here in my home, is that my subdivision of Citadel has it's own weather pattern. Many a times I've had people comment on how as soon as they drive into Citadel, the weather changes dramatically - I still say it's because my community is at a higher elevation, but who really knows - LOL!!!!!).
So, since there is so much of the white stuff around now, I'm sticking to the winter theme with my card today. This is Tilda in the Mountains, a delightful Magnolia image that I have colored with Copics.
After fussy cutting the image, and popping it up on dp from the Winterings collection by Little Yellow Bicycle, I have added swirls from a Memory Box die, a large snowflake doily from Marianna's Designs, and punched and glittered snowflakes. The sentiment is from Flourishes Snow Days set, and is perfect for someone's age related birthday.