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Snowflakes in San Antonio

I hope all of you have mailed your Christmas cards and have your shopping done.  As for me all my cards are done.  I’m just in the process of addressing.  I hope to get these in the mail by Wednesday.  Finally the weather here has turned cold.  It’s not so motivating to get Christmas activities completed when it’s warm outside.  Now it feels like Christmas.  Although it doesn’t normally snow here in San Antonio I can still wish for a white Christmas or at least on my Christmas cards.  So here at my craft table there are snowflakes in San Antonio.  This week at Hand Stamped Sentiments we have a snowflake theme challenge.  Create any project with snowflakes.  You’re welcome to use any brand products.  I look forward to seeing your projects.  So hop on over to HSS and take the challenge.

I’ve been wanting to use the Shimmery White paper from SU and my snowflake die and this challenge was perfect.  I love the elegance of the Shimmery White paper.  So beautiful!  I hope you can see how the paper shimmers in my card below.  This card was very easy to create.  I embossed the front of my card with the Northern Flurry embossing folder and used SU Dazzling Diamonds on the embossed and the die cut snowflakes.  I also embellished them with the self-adhesive Basic Pearls.   These are the perfect embellishment for your Christmas cards.  I adhered the die cut snowflake with Dimensionals and added a Very Vanilla satin bow.  The embellishment is from the Snow Swirled stamp set and is embossed in silver.  I hope your inspired to create your snowflake project.   See you at HSS.

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HSS Snowflake Theme Challenge #46

snowflake theme card

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Snowflake card

Finished Size: 5.25″ w x 5.25″ h

Stamp Sets: Snow Swirled (sentiment)

Paper: Card stock:  Shimmery White

Ink: Versamark

Accessories: Big Shot, Northern Flurry embossing folder, Snowflake #2 Original Die, 1-1/4 square punch for ends of banner, Silver embossing powder, Heat tool, Basic Pearls, Dazzling Diamonds, Very Vanilla Satin Ribbon

Techniques: Stamping, Heat Embossing, Dry Embossing

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6 Responses

  1. Stunning, standing ovation, this card is gorgeous, ok, I could go on, love it. It is chilly here as well, but going to be 75 on Wednesday and they say we had crazy weather in New England, well we did have snowflakes, lot’s of them. 🙂

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  2. This card is so gorgeous and stunning! The dimension and white-on-white are absolutely beautiful!

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  3. Such a super pretty card. The snowflakes are just gorgeous.

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  4. The white on white card is stunning!! Well done!

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  5. So pretty! Love the clean and classic look. This is a fun challenge…may be the only chance to see some snowflakes here in SA! 🙂

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  6. This is just gorgeous!! I love the all white and that huge snowflake!!! TFS!

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