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I’m back again today with our talented group of Global Demonstrators, in this months Papercrafting Blog Hop. We are all looking forward to sharing with our you our favourite Product Suite from the current catalogues.
If you have just joined me from Carol’s Blog or as one of my followers, a big warm English welcome to you. My share today features Snowflake Slendour Suite, from the August to December Mini Catalogue.
The Snowflake Wishes Bundle #155172 has 17 Stamps and 8 Dies and so many different combinations. For my first card with the large snowflake, used the catalogue for inspiration, but changed from a square card to using the Whisper White Stampin’ Up! Notecards & Envelopes #131527.
Snowflake Doily card
I added a full layer of the gorgeous Balmy Blue Glimmer Paper #153513. The smaller layer of Snowflake Splendour Designer Series Paper #153512 and die cut the largest snowflake from the centre.
The sentiment was stamped at flagged at the ends, adding a piece of the Snowflake Splendour Ribbon #153548 to the top and bottom, attaching with Stampin’ Dimensionals #104430.
Spinner / Suspended Snowflake
For my next card, I cut a slightly smaller Whisper White card layer and cut a Layering Circle Die #151770. This layer was then textured using the Winter Snow Embossing Folder #153577.
Next, I drew round this same size circle on the card base and cut again, so they were in the same position. I attached a piece of fine jewellery wire to the top and bottom using Mini Glue Dots #103683 and adhered to the card using Tear & Tape Adhesive #138995.
With card assemble, I chose a snowflake that fitted inside the circle, die cutting two snowflakes from Balmy Blue Glimmer Paper #153513. These were then attached back to back with the narrow wire encased between the two layers.
Sentiment and small Snowflake were stamped in Versamark ink pad #102283 and Silver Embossing Powder #109131.
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Great cards Sandra. I particularly like the spinning snowflake – good idea to use the jewellery wire to reinforce.
I love the snowflake spinning on your card! I have not made a spinner card in a long time! I will have to make one now! Thanks!
So pretty – thanks for the instructions on the spinner card – I’m gonna have to make one!!!
Thank you x
I love both of these cards Sandra! This suite is so pretty and so many options! The spinner card is great!
One of my favorite suites! Both projects highlight why I love this suite so much. Thank you for sharing!
The suspended snowflake spinner card is fantastic. Love the Snowflake Slendour Suite. TFS
I love the spinner card. and your photos were so useful to understand the process.
I love the floating snowflake!