The first card I want to show you is called "How Flaky" and it was submitted to the swap by Toby. It is a beautiful card and it is unfortunate Blogger can't show you how wonderfully shiny it is.
The next card is called "Snowflake Ornament" and it was created by the very talented Alamocito. The techniques she uses always make for the most wonderfully colourful cards.
This next card is simple in its design but so elegant in its presentation. It is called "Snowflake" and it was submitted to the ring by Whatever. I love it!
We continue on with a more elaborate card by Allemeyn entitled "Winter Wonderland." This card makes excellent use of a number of techniques but the brads really make it pop. Again, Blogger doesn't let you see how shiny this card really is.
The entry from Larva Lady entitled "Almost Celtic Snowflake" is another simple but elegantly beautiful card.
The card sent in by The Frasier 4 is a lovely layered card called "Blue Ice." It is a very pretty card again using multiple techniques. Neknitter has sent in a lovely card entitled "One in a zillion." All I can say is that the one in a zillion that she chose to show us is just beautiful! The texture on this card is really cool.Our next entry is a shiny multi-layered card that is very pretty. The card was submitted by the Shoafsters and is called "Winter Beauty." A beauty it is!
The card I have to show you next is wonderfully colourful and has the fantastic quote on the back, 'A snowflake is winter's butterfly' what a great quote. This card was created by skier4444 and is called "Let it snow!" Amazing colours!
There were so many fabulous cards submitted for this ring that I can't show them all to you but I want to finish up the Winter Snowflakes showcase with one last card. This card is a 3-d look with embossed snowflakes. A very cool card by the ever lovable Happy Gemini who's card is called "Snowflakes."
I hope all you readers will take a minute of your time to let these artists
know in the comment section what wonderful cards they have created.