Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Snowflake card

Hello everybody. I hope you are getting into the Christmas spirit. I certainly am and I am announcing a huge giveaway today. See the end of my post for full details!!

Also, I asked all of our designers to submit bios to me and I have included them on the Designers' Bios page of this blog.

My card this time around was very simple to make, but I feel it looks quite elegant and wintery. I used a Cuttlebug embossing folder with Coredinations white wash card stock and sanded after embossing to bring out the dark blue colour. I then inked around the edges with Chipped Sapphire Distress Ink using a foam applicator to blend the colour in.


Supplies

Cardstock: Coredinations white wash and blue from my stash
Stamps:  From my stash
Ink: Chipped Sapphire Distress Ink and Stampin' Up! Night of Navy Craft
Die cuts:  Snowflake from my stash
Adhesive:  ATG
Embossing powder:  American Crafts Zing! Clear
Bling from my stash

The next 7 people to post after me are:

Christine Patton from Creative Genie-ous
Patricia Logan from MDN Creates
Shelley Bordeleau from Gardens Crafts 'n' More
Karin Adamczyk from ScrapperCreations
Michelle Hessler from Paper Threads
Tina Campbell from Tina's Scrap Corner



8 comments:

  1. Reminds me that I have that color core paper...I should dig it out with those embossing folders!

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  2. Fantastic card Karin. This has to be the favorite cuttlebug folder behind swiss dots were all using it. TFS

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  3. Love the simplicity...makes it easy to do in multiples!

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  4. the card is beautiful I love blue christmas cards......Jodi

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  5. Love your snowflake card so pretty.

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