Thursday, January 26, 2012
I love scenes of snow covering the ground, trees, buildings and everything in sight. I can't look out my window to see a winter wonderland as I live in Southern AZ, but I can make my own on my cards... so that's what I'm doing again this week.
I took some white vellum and ran it through my Big Shot with the snowflake embossing folder. I trimmed it down to the size I wanted and took a picture of it for you on top of my desk so you can see the embossing.
I attached the embossed vellum with silver brads onto pink cardstock and placed the image of a winter hat on top of it.
The hat is from MTME's Winter Knits and the paper is from MTME's Feminine Flakes and Fuzzies. I love these two sets that I used them two weeks in a row! Below is a side/angle view of the card.
For the snowflakes I used shiny pink and shiny white cardstock punched with Creative Memories' snowflake punch and attached them with silver brads.
I cut a piece of white cardstock with Magnolia's Leaf and Swirl die and then spread Stickles diamond on top of it.
I think it added just the right touch. It gives movement to the card, giving a sense of wind swooshing the snowflakes around a winter wonderland!
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