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Snowfall CASE

October 25, 2018

Today’s card is my version of a card shared by Stampin’ Up!.  I started by sponging Bermuda Bay ink onto Shimmer Whtie card in a rough circle.  I wrapped the bottom of the Shimmer Whtie card with 5/8″ Whisper White Polka Dot Tulle Ribbon and attached it to scored and folded Bermuda Bay card.   I cut the large snowlake from a White Velvet sheet.  Wow, this paper has to be seen and felt to be believed.  So soft and pretty and – yes – velvety!  The snowflake is attached to the card front on top of the sponged area.  I cut a banner from Gray Granite card and attached it across the centre of the snowflake.  I stamped the “Merry Christmas” from one of the greetings in the Snow is Glistening stamp set onto scrap Shimmer White card using Versamark I sprinkled the greeting with Gold Embossing Powder, heat set it and then cut out the individual words.  The words are attached to the Gray Granite Banner.  I stamped the leafy image from the Snow is Glistening stamp set onto Shimmer Whtie card using Versamark, sprinkled it with Gold Embossing Powder and heat set it.  The image is cut out using the matching Snowfall Thinlits Die.  The image is a perfect match for the “white space” in the large snowflake.  The image is attached using dimensionals.

To decorate the inside of the card, I sponged Bermuda Bay ink onto Whisper White card in a smallish circle.  I cut the snowflake from the White Velvet sheet and attached it over the sponged area.

This product suite is going to be a big hit when it becomes available in November, so if you want this product suite you do not want to delay purchasing it.

Bye for now,

Kris

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