The paper looks like falling snowflakes to me.
Good morning! I hope you are having a blessed day!
My very serious Owl is from Serendipity Stamps. You can get him in a set with the solid background now.
This card above is before I decided to add the Candy cane, that Joyce was so kind to send me.
I think adds a bit of fun to this very serious wise owl.
I seem to have a bit of a shadow on the card with the candy cane.
The card above it how the paper looks without the shadow.
What do you think... with or without the candy cane? I added a bit of glitter and Glossy Accents to the candy cane , cut the solid owl die and glittered it up before adding the top layer with
some foam tape.
The other dies are from Papertrey Ink and Lil Inkers Design. The patterned paper is from amy tangerine;Cut and Paste
Thanks for stoping by.
Dies: Serendipity Stamps Owl Dies and Stamp Set
Papertrey Ink Candy Cane Christmas Stamp Set, Rustic Wreath Die, Stitched Mats: Rectangles - Set of 6 Dies from Lil Inkers Design.Cardstock: Papertrey Ink
oh my goodness... love your sparkly owl, Marybeth! stunning card!ReplyDelete
I love the candy cane!ReplyDelete
He is adorable. The candy cane makes him look happier!. Love the wreath.ReplyDelete
Very pretty Marybeth! I love both ways but the candy cane adds an extra punch of color and your owl brightens up. I am going to have to order this owl he is adorable!ReplyDelete
OMG, Marybeth, this owl is the BEST E.V.E.R.!!! I love the candy cane branch...and the glitter adds so much to him...really marvelous!!ReplyDelete
Another gasp-inducer card, Marybeth! I just LOVE coming here!! Hugs, DarnellReplyDelete
Love your white winter owl Marybeth!ReplyDelete
Now that's a fancy owl!! What a pretty card Marybeth!! I think I like him perched on the candy cane, makes him look like a serious guy with a sweet tooth LOL!!ReplyDelete
Definitely with the candy candy. That really makes this unique and oh so cute!ReplyDelete
I like it with the candy cane... He's one sweet little fellow, and this card is made even more special by all your touches. Polka dots, glossy accents, stitched frames.. It all comes together perfectly. BevReplyDelete
I LOVE that owl, Marybeth! I like him/her with the candy cane. Super sweet!ReplyDelete
I like the card made both ways...the candy cane makes it whimsical, and without it, it's elegant. Just depends in the look you want, I guess! Does that help?? LOL. :)ReplyDelete
Oh, I think the candy cane adds a touch of whimsy to your super sparkly owl! What a beautiful card! Thanks for joining us at colourQ!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous card, Marybeth. Of course, I love the fact that he is perched on top of a candy cane. What could be more fun?ReplyDelete
Ohhh, I love the snowy white owl! It is just so lovely on the candy cane...super fun and so pretty!:-)ReplyDelete
LOVE the glittery owl and I vote FOR the candy cane! Makes the white owl POP!ReplyDelete
Marybeth, first of all, this is one stunning card! Second, I love the owl perched on the candy cane the best, so festive and sweet.ReplyDelete
If it's possible, he's even cuter with the candy cane!ReplyDelete
A beautiful die, especially with his snowy accents. Love that he's perched on a bright festive holiday cane.
I love this owl done in white with the candy cane...you are so creative Marybeth...this is one of your best!ReplyDelete
What an amazing card--love it! Too clever to use a snowy owl for the CASology challenge!ReplyDelete
Wow, I love both sparkly owl cards but I think I like it with the candy cane better. I like the pop of red! Both cards are wonderful...so glad you joined us at CASology!ReplyDelete
Ack! I think I just lost my super long comment. To sum it up, I agree with everyone else and ultimately vote with the candy cane, though both cards are fantastic. The detail you put in to make this card is incredible.ReplyDelete
What a wonderful owl and gorgeous card Marybeth! I like them both - but the candy cane does add a little whimsey!!ReplyDelete
Definitely with the Candy cane!!!ReplyDelete
Love the patterned background/ DP!
And that owl looks wise and very serious indeed, ha, ha. :-)
Holy smokes, this is just gorgeous, Marybeth!! Love that you did him in white, especially since your owl has a lot going on already. Great design choice. The wreath (which is sold out, darn it) is perfect for focus on him, and I do prefer Joyce's candy cane on your card. Gives him somewhere to perch, and like you said, adds a bit of fun and whimsy. Really love this one!!ReplyDelete
this is gorgeous, and i love your wol with the candy stick.ReplyDelete
the background is beautiful and the design is perfect.
hugs to you.
Beautiful card, Marybeth, Love that owl die, absolutely stunning as are all the little touches including that wreath! Thanks for joining in the fun at the colourQ.ReplyDelete
Both of your card are just fabulous Marybeth--with or without the candy cane. That owl is so gorgeous! Thank you so much for joining us at the colourQ!ReplyDelete
Oh how gorgeous!! That is one pretty owl! I love him holding the candy cane! It adds such a festive look! The wreath is lovely too! Beautiful work Marybeth!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous creation, love your glittery owl and candy cane branch, thanks for joining us at ColourQ, hugs, Sarah xReplyDelete
I liked this graceful owl either way. This is one very intricate die, and one I've not seen before. (I'm a die & EF nut). This is a beautiful card, and I liked the gleaming solid shape under the lacy owl. TFS & HugsReplyDelete
With the cane! This is absolutely wonderful - I love all things to do with owls! I do like the sparkle too! Great card!ReplyDelete
Wishing you and yours a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Hugs, Deborah x
This is AMAZING....definitely love him with the candy cane. Snowy owls are actually being seen in my area, but I haven't been blessed to see one yet...so I am glad I saw yours!ReplyDelete
OMG! You are brilliant! Love the snowy owl on the candy cane! WOW! Speechless here !!ReplyDelete
I had to drop in on this post too and say, what a fabulous owl image. I love how you have used it on this stunning card.ReplyDelete
Really your owl image...You did a great job with him...that die is on my wish list...ReplyDelete