October Sneaky Peek #2

October Sneaky Peek #2


It’s the second day of Sneaky Peek Week. Yesterday, Special Guest Designer Julee Tilman and Featured Stamper Nancy Thomas strutted their stuff with some really beautiful cards featuring stamps and dies releasing on October 30.

Today, the Featured Stamper is Christine Okken. This card is stunning with all the different textures and patterns, but Christine makes it even more lovely with a terrifically colored elf from the NEW Gnome For The Holidays Stamp Set set on the Square Stamp CutUps Die.

Did someone say “Snow”? That’s what this card is all about. Christine cuts a little frame for Poochie from the NEW North Pole or Bust Stamp Set. I hope he’s warm in his sweater.

Simple and elegant is this card.  A stunning watercolored background sets the scene. Add the NEW Snowflake Border, a lovely sentiment and a few Holeless Sequins for Bling.

Here’s another card where the background sets the scene. PJ the Bear from the NEW Cosmic Christmas Stamp Set floats in to deliver the message.

Celebrating the season this enchanting card. Set in the snowy mountains the NEW Village & Tree Die is exquisite. The sentiment is from the NEW North Pole or Bust Stamp Set.
I hope you liked  Christine Okken’s gorgeous cards today. Stop by Christine’s Blog and  leave her some love. You could win a $10 gift voucher just by leaving a comment. Leave a comment. We'll pick a winner each day this week and post here and on our Facebook page. Don't forget to come back tomorrow to see even more goodies.
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We have TWO Winner for Day #1's Sneaky Peek Voucher! The first winner was pulled from Julee Tilman’s blog.
 
And the winner is:

The Second winner was pulled from Nancy Thomas ’s blog.

And the winner is:

Sandra and artful.angel! Congrats you two! Please contact me to claim your prize.

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