Many Shiny Snowflakes

Hello once again. I have taken some time to play in my craft room, and have created the following card:

Do you think there are enough snowflakes and shine?

I used an alcohol ink background previously created, some Simon Says Stamp holographic silver card, and the Tim Holtz 3D embossing folder – which also die cuts the snowflakes at the same time – to create the two different sized snowflakes.

I used a slimline card base and placed the snowflakes where I felt they should go. Some were hanging off the edge, and when I had cut those overhanging pieces off, I then placed those little bits into some spaces around the edge. I didn’t glue the snowflakes down completely – just the centres of them – so there was some movement and dimension.

In the other spaces on the card I added some sequins for even more shine.

The sentiment is also from Tim Holtz, stamped with a Distress Oxide, then used a blending foam to spread the ink around the sentiment – something I saw how to do from one of Tim’s live YouTube videos. I was amazed that the sentiment itself didn’t blur, but he colour was able to be blended – love it.

I shall be entering the following challenges:

Stamps N Fun – Creativity Snowflakes

Simon Says Stamp Wednesday ChallengeHappy Holidays/Christmas

Watercooler Challenge – occasions

Creatalicious Challenge atg with option of Christmas

Aud Sentiments Challenge Christmas/New Year/Winter and sentiment

Cards Galore Challenge atg

12 Months Of Christmas atg Christmas

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4 thoughts on “Many Shiny Snowflakes

  1. Wow!! All those 3D snowflakes with all that shine makes for a wonderful card! So eye-catching! Thanks so much for sharing at Watercooler Wednesday and wishing you and you family a wonderful Christmas and a good 2022 for all! Take care! 🙂

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