Hi everyone! BlogStar Yana Smakula
here. Today I though I’d share with you one of my favorite types of card – white snowflakes on kraft cardstock.
Having a few different snowflake stamps in your stash allows you to create wonderful and each time different winter backgrounds.
For this card I used snowflakes as well as the snow globe and the sentiment from the SSC1148 Kiddo Snow Globe
To create this card I used:
I stamped snowflakes onto kraft cardstock using embossing ink and covered with winter wonderland embossing powder. Its a truly wonderful embossing powder for winter projects as its not your typical white, but a mixture of white with fine silver.
Using white pigment ink I lightly inked the edges of the kraft cardstock:
I than stamped the snow globe on kraft and covered it with white embossing powder, I also stamped snow inside of it:
Using clear embossing powder I stamped and heat embossed the sentiment inside the snow globe:
I adhered Frantage Shaved Ice glitter using Zip Dry Glue from Beacon Adhesives:
Finally I cut out the snow globe, added twine and adhered to card using dimensional adhesive:
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