Hello Friends! as I mentioned on my previous post, in the following days I will be showing you cards featuring the products from the Snowflake showcase!! If you have not seen these products you can CLICK HERE to learn more..
The card I am showing today uses the Snowfall thinlits and it is paired with the Buffalo Check stamp set for the background and the Ribbon of Courage stamp set for the sentiment! The color (Blushing Bride) is not my typical color for a winter card, however I think it looks pretty all together, don’t you agree?
The large snowflake was cut using the White Velveteen Sheets released with this promotion and the smaller snowflake was die cut out of dazzling diamonds glimmer paper. I can tell you that both of these snowflakes were easy to die cut, just remember to use the precision plate when die-cutting them as these thinlits are more detailed. You also want to use the big shot brush to remove all the little pieces from the die cut, that way you don’t have to be poking out all these pieces one by one.
As for the background, because the Buffalo Check stamp set is a large stamp, you want to use the stamparatus, which is our stamp positioning tool, so that if there are areas not well covered when stamping, you can re-ink and stamp again, that way you get the look you like with this stamp set! I love using the stamparatus as it ensures that I get a crisp image transfer when stamping.
You can see a close up of the snowflake dies on this picture, and if you noticed, I also added one of the snowflake trinkets to the snowflake die cuts.
I added the snowflakes on to a large circle die-cut with the Stitched Shapes Framelits. This framelits set is honestly one of my staples for dies in my crafting room, I think I used these framelits in almost all the cards I made. If you don’t have these you really want to consider getting them. I love the stitches it makes on the shapes and this set has Three different shapes – Circles, Ovals and Squares, in different sizes each, also these shapes can be paired with the layering circles, layering ovals and layering squares to get an extra layer using the scalloped shapes on each of these sets!
If you are just starting building your collection of dies and stamps, you might want to consider purchasing the starter kit, which I also call it the best bundle we have! you can pick up to $125 worth of products but only pay $99 plus taxes, there is no shipping so you save an extra 10% right there, and to sweeten the deal, you get at least a 20% discount on future purchases when you get the products from yourself. This is truly the best way to build your collection little by little and with a discount!
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If you have any questions, let me know I will be more than happy to help you 🙂
If you like the project shown today, below is the supply list for all the items I used to make it. You can click at any of the images to go to my online store, where you can purchase any of these items!! There is also information regarding the card classes To-Go that I have available during November!
Check the Card Classes To-Go available in November
Click HERE or on the images to learn more about these classes!
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