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Let it snow...

Let it Snow card

The stamp set we used to make this card is Paisley Prints and it is such a nice set because there is a leaf and pumpkin for Fall, a tree for the Winter holidays, and two hearts for February.  The larger of the two hearts fits the Full Heart Punch on page 203 in the Idea Book & Catalog.


Stamp sets:  Paisley Prints, page 11, Holiday Mini Catalog; Christmas Greetings, page 44, Stampin' Up!'s Idea Book and Catalog

Card Stock:  Whisper White, #100730; Concord Crush, #119792; Baja Breeze, #111352 and Vellum Card Stock, #101856 on page 170, IBC

Ink:  Baja Breeze classic stamp pad, #111833; Concord Crush, #119785

Accessories:  Vanilla Shimmer Smooch Spritz, #118782; Basic Rhinestones, #119246; Big Shot & the Perfect Polka Dots embossing folder, #117335; Dimensionals, #104294; Dazzling Diamonds Glitter, #102023; 2-Way Glue Pen, #100425


1.  Cut Whisper White card stock 4 1/4" X 11", score and fold at 5 1/2".  Cut Corcord Crush card stock at 4" x 5 1/4".  Cut Vellum at 3 3/4" X 5" and run through the Big Shot inside the emobssing folder to create the snowflakes.

2.  Stamp tree 3 times with the Baja Breeze stamp pad, cut out.  Tear a piece of 3" x 4" Whisper White to create the snow, spray with Smooch Spritz and sponge edge with Baja Breeze.  Add glitter to the edge of the snow using the 2-Way Glue Pen.  Assemble card, pop up two of the trees with Dimensionals.  Add rhinestones to the top of the trees.

3.  Stamp Merry Christmas using Concord Crush on to Whisper White card stock cut at 3/4" x 3".  Layer on Baja Breeze card stock cut at 1" X 3 1/8".  Add rhinestone above the 'i'.  Pop up with Dimensionals.

Let it snow!  Susan Elise


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