Monday, August 30, 2010

Christmas Card Snip


While I was in West Virginia, my friend, Lynda, shared with me a book about a church she visited in Russia. The designs were so beautiful, I tried turning them into a 3D snip. This may be a design I use for my Christmas cards this year. They take over 3 hours to snip each one, so I need to get working on them right now.

9 comments:

Patricia said...

Gorgeous design! I think you found just the perfect match for your 3-D snips, which I love.

Julie said...

OMG! 3 hours??? Goodness...maybe 1 person would get a card from lazy ol me, then!!! hehehe!!! Are you back from your vacation??? Hope it was fun!

LDH said...

I was really missing you and am so happy to read your post not to mention how cool this 3D piece is! Very Nice!

sallgood said...

Just wonderful, but quite a bit of work! But when you enjoy doing something, it's not really work, is it? :D

jackie said...

Your dimensional snip just blow me away! 3 hours, that does take some patience doesn't it? Does the time just slip away when you are snipping?

Brit Gal Sarah said...

Wow that really is a stunner Jan - how's school?!

Haddock said...

That is real skill.
A master craftsman's work I must say.

Pink Feather Paradise said...

Fabulous Snip... love the Russian church theme... very Christmasy.... all I can say is lucky friends and relatives! ;D

oh nearly forgot... I have an award over at my blog for you! if you'd like it!

hugs Alex
x

Elenka said...

Just read your post about your charm bracelet. I, too, had one since early teens. One year, within the last decade, my house was broken into and all my jewelry taken..(and all my jewelry wasn't of any great value except to me...)
There went my charm bracelet with all MY charms of places I've been and things that i like.