Friday, June 28, 2019

Snow Far, Snow Good!

We're still celebrating the flaky white stuff this fortnight at Jingle Belles. Frankly, the one place I really quite like to see *SNOW* is on holiday cards, where it never impedes driving or requires me to wield a shovel for hours at a time lol. So let's get right to my card:

patterned paper: echo park, authentique; white glitter cardstock: best creation; snowflake brads, snowflake tape and pearl swirls: eyelet outlet; circle punch: ek success; tag die: sunny studio; trees and hills die: penny black; sentiment die: elizabethcraft design; the perfect shade of cobalt blue cardstock: gina k; ink for edges: colorbox; adhesives: elmers brand gluetape, 3m foam tape, scor-tape

In the spirit of full disclosure, I confess that the center panel of this card began life as a sample for a "Christmas in July" class I will be teaching next month at Paper Anthology. But as it turns out, I decided to use the Penny Black Trees and Hills die in a different way, on a different card, so the base with trees peeping through the round windows became surplus to requirements. But "waste not, want not" is my motto! So I added an additional mat to make the card an A7, popped on some fab Eyelet Outlet Snowflake Brads and placed a diecut sentiment on a banner made with pretty grey and white Snowflake Washi Tape... et voila!

Hop on over to Jingle Belles and see Stephanie's snow-centric masterpiece, then start planning one of your own! ♥

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