Now that Halloween is over I can really start thinking about the upcoming Holidays. This new stamp set Best of Snow will get me in the mood! As you know we have already had several storms the past month and the ground still has a little snow on it but to be honest I don't mind the snow (it's the shoveling I don't like).
When she saw the snowflake, she immediately thought about glitter. And not just any glitter, but the Silver Stampin’ Glitter from the holiday catalog. This naturally led her to consider the Silver Glimmer Paper, too—or even better, putting them together. So she chose both the snowflake and the new Let It Snow stamp from the set for this card . . . and got glittery!
- She inked Let It Snow with a Midnight Muse Classic Stampin’ Pad and stamped on Whisper White Cardstock. While the stamp coordinates with the Label Bracket Punch, she chose to cut it out so that there was no border on the stamp.
- Then she cut a snowflake out of Silver Glimmer Paper using the Festive Flurry Framelit Dies.
- Using another of the Framelits, she cut a snowflake from Whisper White Cardstock and then stamped that layer with the snowflake from the new stamp set.
- Using VersaMark ink first, she applied Heat and Stick Powder followed by Silver Stampin’ Glitter.
- After popping up the middle snowflake and the Let It Snow stamp with Stampin’ Dimensionals, we have a pretty and oh, so sparkly celebration of snow—with none of the clean up!
The first is an old favorite~ Frosty, I know you recognize him!
She created a quick and simple little card to showcase him.
- Stamped with a Basic Gray Classic Stampin’ Pad, I watercolored this guy using a Blender Pen and Old Olive, Cherry Cobbler, and Crumb Cake inks.
- Conveniently enough, these coordinate with the Season of Style Designer Washi Tape set so she used that as an accent.
- The Stylish Stripes Textured Impressions Embossing Folder provided some texture.
- To add a little sparkle, she applied Multipurpose Glue along the ground part of the stamped image and sprinkled on Silver Stampin’ Glitter.
- Then she finished it with a Vintage Faceted Designer Button and a Rhinestone Basic Jewel.
The last little snowman looks a lot like his hedgehog friend ! She thought this stamp was a great match with the Chalk Talk Framelit Dies.
- She inked up the stamp with an Early Espresso Classic Stampin’ Pad.
- She used a Blender Pen and Early Espresso, Crumb Cake, Tangerine Tango, Old Olive, and Cherry Cobbler inks to color the image.
- Then she cut it out with the Framelit, (cutting a second, identical shape from Early Espresso Cardstock). She snipped the Early Espresso layer in half and placed it behind the stamped image to create a framing effect.
- The Season of Style Designer Series Paper Stack and the Season of Style Designer Washi Tape were the perfect background for our adorable pair.
- She added a sentiment from Petite Pairs and topped it off with a Neutrals Designer Button tied with Cherry Cobbler Baker’s Twine.
I hope you enjoy these projects and I know you will love getting this new set. And maybe, just maybe, this will help you get really excited about snow!
Enjoy the Day~
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