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More Snow is Glistening

October 26, 2018

Since this suite will soon be available for you to purchase, I thought you might want to see a few more examples of how to use this product suite.  I did purchase a set of tutorials from Create with Connie and Mary and my card today features one of the cards.  It begins with a piece of Gray Granite card embossed with the Curls and Swirls Embossing Folder.  The embossed card is attached to scored and folded Coastal Cabana card.  A piece of Coastal Cabana paper from the Brights 6″ x 6″ Designer Series paper is attached across the embossed card.  The tree image from the Snow is Glistening stamp set is stamped onto Whisper White card using Granny Apple Green ink.  I cut around the tree using my paper trimmer.  I stamped the tree trunk image onto Whisper White card using Gray Granite ink and cut it out.  I attached the tree trunk to the tree and then the card front using dimensionals.  I stamped the greeting from the Snow is Glistening stamp set onto the right hand edge of a strip of Granny Apple Green card using Memento Tuxedo Black ink.  The greeting panel is attached to the card front over the tree using dimensionals.  I cut one tiny snowflake and one larger snowflake from Silver Glimmer Paper using the Snowfall Thinlits Dies.  The small snowflake is attached to the top of the tree and the larger one is attached to the left hand side of the greeting panel.  I tied a bow using Silver Baker’s Twine and attached it to the centre of the larger snowflake.

To decorate the inside of the card I attached a narrow strip of Coastal Cabana card behind one long edge of Gray Granite card which is embossed using the Swirls and Curls Embossing Folder.  The panel is attached to the bottom of Whisper White card.

This is a very pretty card and not overly snowy for an Aussie Christmas.  What do you think?

Bye for now,


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