Christmas card with a die cut snowflake


I made the background using Hero Arts Shadow ink and tried to blend them together on the card. It’s not turning out as good as it would do if I have used distress ink, but I don’t have any blue distress ink, so what to do? šŸ™‚ I used some embossing paste and a home made stencil to make the snow and adhered some mini rhinestones. I die cut the snowflake and covered it with Crystal glaze ( similar to as Glossy Accent ) and poured some glitter over it. Then I took three bells and tied it to the snowflake. I finished off by adding white stiching lines with my white gel pen. The sentiment is stamped with Versamark on Vellum and heat embossed in white.

I was inpired by another card, check this crafter out, she makes beautiful things!

Take care!

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I’m entering the challange at CAS-ual Friday and Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challange.


  • Stampset from You Do, “Svensk Jul”
  • Inks from Hero Arts Shadow ink, “Pool” and “Stone Wash”
  • Embossing paste from Panduro Hobby
  • Cardstock and Vellum from Panduro Hobby
  • Die from Simon Says Stamp, “Curvy Snowflake”
  • Bells from Panduro Hobby
  • Glitter from Martha Stewart, “Crystal Fine Glitter”
  • White gel pen from “Uni-ball”
  • Rhinestones from “Anita’s”
  • Crystal Glaze from You Do

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