Saturday, October 16, 2010

Let it Snow

Since I love to layer papers, I started with two different types of snowflake designs. I embossed the top one with the Cuttlebug Snowflakes folder. I twisted two pieces of green and white ribbon for a different effect and added two small blue buttons. This was the first time I used embroidery floss/craft thread to tie a bow. It was super easy and I sure do like the look. (I purchased the box of thread at Joanns. It was a pack of 36 Rainbow colors...regular price was $4.99, but I had a coupon for 50% off.)

The snowflakes were cut from Joys of the Season and white glitter was applied to add a sparkle. I used foam dots to attach the snowflake to the front of the card for dimension.

There is a blue stamp ~ Merry Christmas ~on the inside.


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  1. Very,very pretty! I love the sparkle! Tfs and have a great day. :)

  2. Great colors on this! I just checked out your last few posts, great projects! I missed seeing all your projects!

  3. this is so pretty! perfect for winter! thanks for playing with us at CCC!

  4. Gorgeous card.

    Thanks for joining us at anything goes this week.

    Love Kerry xxx

  5. I love this! How are you applying your glitter? I'm always interested in what other are using for this :)

  6. Great winter card. Thanks for joining us at for this challenge.

    Barb from Toronto, Canada
    CCC Design Team #2

  7. What a beautiful card!!!

    Thanks so much for your visit and following! I love acquiring new family!!! I hope you always enjoy and find something inspiring at my place!

    Of course, I'll be dropping in on you too as often as I can!

  8. Wow, Just BEAUtiful!! Looks like your getting ready for Christmas!! Thanks for playing along with us at Cricut Cardz Challenge this week!!

  9. this is just lovely! Thanks for Joining the Wacky Wednesday Challenge over at More Than Favors!

    Happy Crafting,

  10. Really pretty card, love those papers.
    Kim xXx


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