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 www.littlebluestar.stampinup.net

To see all the other amazing creations for this sketch challenge, head to TGIF http://tgifchallenges.blogspot.com/2020/11/tgifc290-sketch-challenge.html?m=1

Thanks for stopping by

Love Jane x

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