Yey, it’s World Card Making Day! I have lots going on today with my card above and below there’s sneaky peek of cards I have on Simon’s blog too. Then I’m back later with a hop for Clearly Besotted Stamps! Making the most of this day to celebrate :)
Those of you that watched the Simon Says Stamp video hop yesterday would’ve had a sneak peek of this card :) I loved the hop! Hopping and videos – the perfect combination :) Anyway back to today. This card uses both the Kate and Eliza snowflake dies from the Holiday Release. You can see the whole release here :) I cut the snowflakes from white card, rubbed with glossy accents and then coated in Distress Stickles rock candy dry glitter. So soft, sparkly and pretty! I used one of the Bracket dies to cut some patterned paper which I offset to one side and popped up on foam adhesive. Then I added the snowflakes on top of one another with more foam adhesive and a white heat embossed sentiment from Holiday Envelope Sentiments. Simple but those snowflakes really steal the show!
I also made a matching envelope and dressed it by cutting the patterned paper with the Wrapped Mailing Label die and tucking a couple of glittered snowflakes behind the address label :)
Before you go, I’m over at the Simon Says Stamp blog today looking at how to use our supplies in creative ways. Here’s a sneak peek but please pop by Simon’s blog to see in full :)
You can find links to the supplies I’ve used below; click on the picture or wording to get taken directly to the product. Where available I use affiliate links which means if you make a purchase I receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. I truly appreciate your support.
Stamps – Simon Says Stamp holiday envelope sentiments; Dies – Simon Says Stamp eliza snowflake, kate snowflake, brackets, wrapped mailing label; Card – Bazzill marshmallow; Paper – Teresa Collins he said she said (she said); Ink – Hero Arts soft brown, Versamark; Glitter – Tim Holtz Distress Stickles dry glitter clear rock candy; Ranger glossy accents; Embossing Powder – Hero Arts white; Pearls
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