Snowflakes everywhere

Hi there. There is a new challenge beginning at The Holly and Ivy Christmas Challenge. As always, the theme is anything goes as long as it’s Christmas.

I ended up making two cards on a similar theme:

This first card is using the Concord and 9th ‘Snowflakes Turnabout‘ stamp set and Altenew inks – the four blue shades. The 3 additional snowflakes are also from Concord and 9th, and die cut out of Crafters Companion Ice Blue Luxury card. A little more shine and dimension:

This second card is using the same turnabout stamp set, heat embossing in white on a light blue background:

I actually heat embossed each layer before turning it round to stamp the next, so it’s a good thing I had the turnabout jig to line things up again.

I again die cut the Concord and 9th ‘Snow Flurry’ dies out of the same ice blue shiny card.

I hope you can come and join us and make more cards for your Christmas stash – I look forward to seeing you in our gallery. XX

By the way – there is still time to add your creations to our Design Team call………. πŸ™‚

Challenges I shall be entering:

Just Add Inkadd a technique (embossing)

Crafty Friendsembossing wet or dry

Allsorts Challengemake your own background

12 thoughts on “Snowflakes everywhere

  1. Two fab cards. I love the shine of the first one and the pretty white embossing on the second one.
    Thanks for joining in with my make your own background challenge at Allsorts.
    Lynn x
    DT

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  2. I love your embossed and coloured backgrounds. Just the perfect way to show of the die cut snowflake. Thanks for joining us this week at Just Add Ink.

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