Throwback Thursday: Swirly Snowflakes

Hello Stampin’ Friends,

Today we are going to step back in time with one of my favorite “winter season” die sets … the Swirly Snowflakes!

At first glance these dies might look a little confusing or blah … but what they can create is something special.  Let me show you …

This is one of my favorites … Why? Because I can easily swap out the Christmas greeting for a “Birthday” … “Thinking of You” or whatever you choose. This is a great simple layout to use over and over again. Swap colors out too for a different look.

My next card highlights the snowflakes separately ….

Again … snowflakes for a December or January birthday are perfect. And what girl doesn’t like a little bling. You could do a light blue cardstock with silver snowflakes!

My next card shows the snowflakes with the same color pallet … Gold & Vanilla but has the snowflakes together…

You cannot get much simpler than this … simply die cut and assemble, and it’s so pretty.  My last card uses the “swirls” from the dies …

On this card you could easily switch out your greeting to a birthday, thank you, get well … since the greeting is the focal point on this card, and then embellish your card with the swirls and a snowflake. You wouldn’t even have to put the snowflake on there … and by swapping out designer papers, you could create endless beautiful cards … another perfect layout.

Thank you for joining me a checking out my showcase of Swirly Snowflakes cards. I hope you were inspired to create some cute cards if you already have it … or pick it up now for only $18.00 on the Clearance Rack.

Let me know if you have questions or if you’d like help with your order …

 Have a wonderful day

 

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