Well, I’m back!  I finally got into the studio and worked on my WACKY WEDNESDAY Challenge card!  Candy is the hostess this week and her challenge to you and the Red-Hot Mommas is to use bling.  Check it out on the Rubbernecker Blog and play along with us!  The bling I decided to use is the new Ranger Rock Candy Distress Stickles.

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They are on the snowflake and thankfully it looks like the snowflake has been handled over the years and the glitter has worn off!

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Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a fabulous day!

11 Responses to “Bling Baby, Use Bling!”

  1. BEAUTIFUL BLING!!!
    I love how a winter card can feel so cozy!!!
    I love how you used that lace! (I am hoarding mine)

    Lovely card, Sherry!

  2. And where is MY rock candy??? HMMMMMMM???????????? I’m anxiously awaiting the Rock Candy stickles and the crackle paint. NEED me some rock candy! Your snowflake is gorgeously vintage-y, and your card is stunning. Love the colors, the lace, the snowflake layers, everything!!!

  3. oh – I love it! Sherry, tell me – you use the Art Institute Shards Glass Glitter – I love the look – how do you compare to the Rock Candy and how easy is it to use?
    Thanks for all the inspiration – I love your style!
    Sandra

  4. Just beautiful, Sherry! I am so loving those Rock Candy stickles and crackle paint. I already need more!!

  5. I WANT SOME ROCK CANDY PAINT AND STICKLES!! (and also those snowflake dies….NEED those)

    The card was well worth the wait!!

  6. Those Stickles totally ROCK! Beautiful card; maybe Santa will send it to my house…??? 😀

  7. very pretty, like the vintage feel, great snowflake!

  8. Beautiful card, the snowflake is absolutely stunning!

  9. Gorgeous Sherry!!

  10. Ooooh, Sherry…this is sooo beautiful!!!! The colors are gorgeous and I love, love, love the stacked snowflake!!!!

  11. Ohhh Miss Sherry ~~ I can never get enough of your spectacular eye candy :0) I’m going to keep my fingers crossed that you’ll be creating a tutorial as to how you put these gems together.

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