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Snowflake Sentiments card

Snowflake Sentiments card

Snowflakes are a classic! In the new Holiday Catalog from Stampin’ Up!, there are a load of new products. One of my favorite products is the Snowflake Sentiments Bundle. Snowflake Sentiments stamp set and Swirly Snowflakes Thinlits dies create the most intricate, detailed snowflakes! They can be kept in place as an edgelit (which I have created today) or they can be cut away from the paper to be used alone in a design. How cool is that? My kids love snowflakes and these giant big snowflakes, as my oldest son calls them, are going to be fun to play with this season!

 

Snowflake Sentiments Bundle

Snowflake Sentiments card by Jenny Hall at www.jennystampsup.com for cardmaking, scrapbooking, video tutorials, papercraft gift giving and free tutorials

 

Design Details

Creating a simple card with Snowflake Sentiments

This die is so versatile! It is a pleasing image that conveys a pleasant sense of calm, winter greetings. I have paired this image with Garden Green card stock for a warm greeting. The pretty sentiments in Snowflake Sentiments lend themselves to a versatile look that can be featured in an array of colors. Using different layers of card stock along with this beautiful die cut helped to bring a vintage look to this project. Adding the simple bow helped to finish off the card with a nice touch of finesse.

 

Snowflake Sentiments card by Jenny Hall at www.jennystampsup.com for cardmaking, scrapbooking, video tutorials, papercraft gift giving and free tutorials    Snowflake Sentiments card by Jenny Hall at www.jennystampsup.com for cardmaking, scrapbooking, video tutorials, papercraft gift giving and free tutorials

 

 

 

Snowflake Sentiments Bundle is 10% off and available in my online store

 

 

measurements for this project

Garden Green card stock card base: 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″, scored at 4 1/4″
Very Vanilla card stock layer: 5 1/2″ x 4 1/4″ (will die cut smaller) + a strip at 5 1/2′ x 2 1/8″
Real Red card stock strip for layer: 5 1/2′ x 2″

 

 

 

Snowflake Sentiments card by Jenny Hall at www.jennystampsup.com for cardmaking, scrapbooking, video tutorials, papercraft gift giving and free tutorials

 

Here is a list of supplies I used to make this card project. Links are here that you can click to get product info and purchase items, at no additional cost to you, as well. Thank you for your support with your purchase 🙂

 

 

Having more ways to create a focal point on your project can make a project work for you. Simple die cutting is fun and easy and applies a piece of yourself to your project. Thanks for stopping by today.

-Jenny Hall

YOUR Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator

 

 

 

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Jenny Hall www.jennystampsup.com

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  1. I am so glad I got this set. The upper portion of your card is particularly pleasing to me. I love what you did with the bow and stamp so it resembles an ornament. Nicely done! Maybe making Christmas cards will help bring the temps down in SWFL. My upline had her windows and doors open yesterday (she’s in GA) and I can hardly wait for that to happen here.

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