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Colourful Christmas

July 3, 2017

When I was creating cards for my July class, I was a little stumped about how to use the snowflake images.  Since we don’t get much snow in winter, especially in Queensland, I didn’t want to make a “winter” card, so I decided to use the images to create a Christmas card.  I cut out a couple each of the larger snowflakes and more of the smaller snowlakes from Whisper White card using the Seasonal Layers Thinlits Dies.  I attached the snowflakes to the right hand side of Whisper White card using the Fine Tip Glue.  I like this glue because it dries clear and isn’t so noticeable if your glue runs a little.  I attached a piece of the Berry Burst Colour Theory Designer Series Paper to the left hand side of the Whisper White card before attaching to scored and folded Berry Burst card.  I stamped “Merry Christmas” from the Star of Light stamp set onto Whisper White card using Berry Burst ink.  I stamped a couple of the snowflake images from the Colourful Seasons stamp set around the greeting.  The greeting is cut out using one of the circles from the Layering Circles Dies and attached to a scalloped circle cut from Berry Burst card using the same dies.  The greeting panel is attached to the card front using dimensionals.

To decorate the inside of the card, I simply stamped the greeting from the Star of Light stamp set using Berry Burst ink.

I am so happy to have created something a little different with this stamp set.  I love the look of the Whisper White images attached to the Whisper White card, so much dimension and yet not too busy.  Don’t you think?

Bye for now,


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2 Comments leave one →
  1. July 4, 2017 9:16 am

    Perfect! I was wondering the same thing Kris, but you have nailed it! TFS


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