D1480 Snowflakes

Supplies used: Echo Park Wintertime paper, Junkitz Spring Collection paper, CTMH Snowflakes stamp set, CTMH Pennant stamp set, CTMH Art Philosophy Cricut cartridge, CTMH inks (Outdoor Denim, Crystal Blue, Cotton Candy, & Whisper), CTMH sponge daubers, CTMH Color-Ready Seam Binding Ribbon, CTMH Embroidery Floss, CTMH Blue Sparkles, and CTMH Clear Sparkles.  Title from The Perfect Title.  Sketch from Got Sketch.

This stamp set had so many possibilities for winter projects!  I used the snowflakes as embellishments and to create the white snowflake paper.  I love layering stamped images to create 3D embellishments like the snowflake in the upper left corner.  The title is stamped with the Pennant alphabet stamp set and attached with 3D foam tape.  The Color-Ready ribbon is dyed with Crystal Blue ink using a sponge dauber.


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This month’s theme choices were: SOTM, Christmas card, and/or New Years.

I chose the Christmas card theme.  Since I have used up all of the paper from the current Believe Paper Packet, I pulled out an older one for this project.  I had scraps left from the Mistletoe Paper Packet and decided that I would make cards until it was gone.  Then I dug into my stash of Christmas embellishments to see what I could use up there.  It’s amazing how far scraps can go!

Supplies used: Close to My Heart Mistletoe Paper Packet, Holiday Time stickers by Walmart, Stampin’ Up! grosgrain ribbon, CTMH Twinkle Brads – Jolly, decorated slide mount from a swap, printed ribbon from my stash, Kaiser Pearls, Teresa Collins for Junkitz Holiday Tilez, and CTMH Cranberry Ink, and CTMH Colonial White Value Pack Cards & Envelopes.  Card inspiration from Page Maps.

All the cards:

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