christmas, TGIF challenges

Merry Christmas with ‘So many snowflakes’ dies

Hello everyone! Today’s card is my entry into the TGIF challenges. I decided to use my snowflake dies from the set ‘So many snowflakes’ dies. These are just exquisite and I will never tire of using them!!

So I started with a base card of Seaside Spray and then took a layer of whisper white. On this layer I used the amazing new blending brushes from Stampin’Up! I took a scrap piece of card and die cut the largest oval from ‘stitched shapes’ dies. I placed this card onto my whisper white and then used my blending brush to gently build up the colour, using my Seaside Spray ink. I just love the soft effect 😍 This created an oval shape on my whisper white layer. I stamped a few of the little snowflakes from Snowflake Wishes stamp set. Then I created my sentiment. For this, I stamped in versamark and heat embossed with white, I used the Merry Christmas from Tag Buffet. (Love this set!) I then fussy-cut out. I then took some of my snowflake die cut pieces, that I’d cut in both whisper white and silver glimmer. For a couple of the whisper white, I gently used my blending brush to add some colour of Seaside Spray ink. This gave a hint of colour, which I feel went so well with the other colour snowflakes. I arranged these in the top left, and bottom right of my oval. I added a piece of bakers twine, in a bow, from the set ‘Flowers for every season’ and I removed the blue ply, just leaving the white and silver. I then popped my sentiment up on dimensionals. I added a few rhinestones to finish my card. And I love it! I hope you do too😊

You can purchase the materials I used to create this card by going to my online store

To see all the other amazing creations for this sketch challenge, head to TGIF

Thanks for stopping by

Love Jane x

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