Sunday, November 4, 2018

Snowfall Thinlits Snowflake White on White Card

Can you believe I'm making a Christmas card, I'm a sucker for a snowflake die and I wanted to share it with you!  The Snowfall Thinlits is bound to be a favorite of mine. It is part of the limited release Snowflake Showcase products, only available while supplies last or until November 30.  I will be swapping this card at the Stampin' Up! Convention in Orlando and I think this card might be my Christmas card this year.  The Big Shot makes it fast and easy and it's gonna get a workout.  Here it is!


White on white makes me happy and I love a clean and simple (CAS) card.  


For a little contrast cut the snowflake from Shimmery White Yardstick.


Step by step:

Use Whisper White Thick card stock and a 4 1/4 x 5 1/5" folded card base

From Whisper White use your Big Shot to cut circles using the Layering Circles Framelits and the Stitched Shapes Framelits.  The Stitched Shape is the larger of the two circles and it measures about 2 3/8" in diameter

Cut the snowflake (second largest) using Shimmery White Yardstick

Each layer is adhered using Stampin' Dimensionals

Add a little bling by putting a small Clear Faceted Gem in the center of the snowflake

Finish it off by stamping a greeting in Smoky Slate.  I used one from Peaceful Noel.

That's it!  It's what I did with my extra hour on this Fall Back Day!

You can see all of the Snowflake Showcase Products here

You can purchase Stampin' Up! products from my website 24/7, be sure to use my November Host Code ZVFC6D9B (no need to use the code if your order is $150 or more as you qualify for host benefits at that level.)  Thank you for looking!

Debbie




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