Throwback Thursday: Snowflake Sentiments

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

Today I’m sharing with you some of the cards I made last year from one of my favorite stamp sets, Snowflake Sentiments and the coordinating framelits; Swirly Snowflakes.  If you need some inspiration for Christmas cards this year, try one of these stunning cards … I have four to share with you today.

This card was created with Fresh Fig and Whisper White with a touch of Silver … oh so classy! You can see how sweetly the silver snowflakes fit into the die cut edgelit.  You can use any color pallet to create this card… the new Shaded Spruce would be beautiful.

The greeting was heat embossed with Silver emboss powder to coordinate with our Silver Foil paper. To add a touch of texture, I used the “Softly Falling” embossing folder.

My next card was cased from the talented fellow demonstrator – Mary Brown. I made my card using Very Vanilla instead of the Whisper White Mary used. I loved that Mary cut the snowflakes apart to create her card, so we did as well … it is too stunning not to share.

Cutting the snowflakes apart was a big hit, but how would you love to see the card with the design cut per the die? Well, that is what Chris did and I love the way the snowflakes look draped down from the top.

The last card I would like to share is a simple layout but oh so pretty …

I fell in love with the stamp set and coordinating dies, and now you know why.  I am thrilled that Stampin’ Up! put both the stamp set and dies in the annual catalog!!  So pretty and so many different looks you can create.

Thank you very much for coming along as we go back into the holiday archives and share some beautiful cards.

I hope you have a wonderful day ~



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