Hi guys! There is no snow on the ground in my part of town so I'm bringing it to look at through my card. So much less cold and easier to manage, I think! For this card, I started with a piece of blue card and embossed my sentiment in the corner using a clear Perfect Medium pad and white embossing powder. From there, I added my trees in the same fashion and drew in some hill lines with my white Inksential pen. Next, I tore some white card to create my hills. On the torn edge, I used my perfect medium pad and inked randomly along the edge (I didn't want a distinct line here so I pushed it into the pad). I embossed the edges with Cosmic Shimmer Aurora Sparkle embossing powder to give it that snowy (but a bit blingy) feel. Rather than adding more hills, I decided to leave a large open area to add an ornament to my card. For this, I cut eight thin strips of white card. I formed a loop by gluing the ends together on each one, taking care not to crease them. I used an acrylic block to secure the ends while the glue dried. Next I punched a small circle out of white card, then added a bit of Cosmic Shimmer dries clear glue to it. I put the ends of each of my loops on their sides into the glue to form a rosette and set them aside to dry for a bit. I cut one of the Holly accent pieces out of blue card and attached it to my main card in the corner. Once my rosette was dry, I carefully applied glue to the top edges (this will run a bit but no problem) and I sprinkled it with the Cosmic Shimmer Glitter Jewels. These are fab for this as they are chunky and blingy. I added a white button with blue Bakers Twine to the top to cover all the centre pieces and finally glued it atop the blue Holly accent piece. To complete the card, I cut the largest size of the Grand Scallop rectangles in white card, matted my card with this and added some pearl PVA glue dots to each of the scallops.