Friday, August 09, 2013

Glittered Snowflakes


Hi everyone.  Today I got my fingers inky!! :)  I randomly sponged two shades of blue onto Whisper White card stock, squirted some water into the palm of one hand and then flicked it onto my sponged panel.  I blotted up the excess water with a paper towel and then let the card stock dry.  LOVE this look ... perfect for a snowy scene.  I'm entering this into the Way To Use It Challenge at SCS (WT439 - Make your own Background).

I just got these beautiful snowflake dies from Impression Obsession and couldn't wait to give them a try.  I cut them out with the silver glimmer paper from SU! and glued them onto my sponged panel.  I added a simple frame with sentiment.  Easy, peasy card ... and so pretty.  Hope you like.

Here's a close up of the snowflakes:



I know I'm going to get a lot of use out of these beautiful dies! :)



Stamps:  Christmas Greetings (SU!)
Paper:  White (C.C. Designs); Whisper White, Silver Glimmer (SU!)
Ink:  Tempting Turquoise, Pacific Point (SU!)
Accessories & Tools:  Big Shot, Small Snowflake Set (Impression Obsession), Rectangle Nestie (Spellbinders), sponges, Stamp-a-ma-jig, glue, adhesives and dimensionals




16 comments:

  1. Hi Loll, just trying to play catch up, so missing my blog time :(
    Gorgeous card, I love the sponged background.
    I have been getting inky today too so might have something to post over the weekend....wippee!!!
    Will try and look back to see what I have missed.
    Huge Hugs Mau xx

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  2. These snowflakes are gorgeous, so sparkly, love the sponged bg and the frame, Cathy x

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  3. What beautiful little snowflakes! And that background is gorgeous!

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  4. Beautiful background and perfect for the IO snowflakes. Interested in knowing how these cut with your SU glitter paper. I've tried my IO snowflakes with the holograph paper by Paper Cuts & with 2-3 passes, they cut smoothly. Used on some of the Paper Studio glitter paper, didn't get as clean a cut. I'm loving the way you are framing your 'scenes' lately. Makes your card even more of a 'work of art'. TFS & Hugs

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  5. Lovely Loll. I am out of town all next week so just know I haven't forgotten you! Will catch up when I get back. Hugs!

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  6. As usual your cards are beautiful, and I am learning a lot from you..
    I am going to try this background on some of the cards I am making for my card exchange..
    Gail

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  7. Your background is awesome Loll. Must try that myself. Glittery snowflakes - tooooo pretty!! xx

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  8. Absolutely Gorgeous card Loll! Stunning background - really gonna have to try that myself as well. I would get a ton of use of those dies - they are awesome.

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  9. Gorgeous glittery snowflakes Loll. I love how the snowflakes are so detailed, different sizes and not real big. TFS

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  10. Fabulous glittery snowflakes Loll and love how you've done your background.

    Karen x

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  11. Gorgeous background and snowflakes! You've made me glad I recently ordered those Impression Obsession snowflakes - now I can't wait till they arrive!

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  12. Fab card, Loll! Thats my favourite way of doing a background. Love the frame, it adds so much to the card.

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  13. Really beautiful, Loll. Your background looks wonderful -sponging is always so much fun!

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  14. Lovely Christmas card Loll...like your gorgeous background and your glittery snow flakes

    Anne

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  15. Gorgeous card - I love all those glittery snowflakes, they are so pretty! Hugs xx

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  16. Very nice wintery card, I love this technique for making snow scenes, learned this one in a Tim Holtz class, just love how yours came out, and those snow flakes are awesome!!
    hugs
    Donna

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