Hi Stamping Friends!
There are 51 days until Christmas! Have you been working on your holiday cards? If not, it's time to start! I've got lots of Too Cool ideas on my Too Cool Stamping blog site! Simply search my blog by a specific stamp set or tool name, or check out the Christmas Card category for inspiration.
Today, I'm sharing a pair of simple & stunning cards that are ideal for mass-producing. They are part of my Snowflake Sentiments Countdown To Christmas class kit. Click the link below for details…
Snowflake Sentiments Countdown To Christmas Class Kit
Simple & Stunning Snowflake Sentiment Cards
I love mass-producing cards…I know, I'm weird that way. It's cards like these that make mass-producing fun, because they are so quick & easy! Not only are they simple, they also have that Too Cool factor that I love! We'll be making all 4 of these cards with my Snowflake Sentiments Class kit.
Background Basics—I started by embossing the 5-1/4" x 4" Whisper White layer with the Winter Wonder folder, then adhering it to an Elegant Eggplant card base. I wrapped some of the gorgeous Whisper White Silver Metallic Edge satin ribbon around the card front and tied it into a double-knot faux bow. I LOVE this ribbon so very much! It's so easy to tie and it's so sparkly!
Sweet Sentiment—I stamped the Snowflake Sentiments greeting in Elegant Eggplant ink onto a Whisper White oval die-cut with the Stitched Shapes Framelits. It's popped up over the ribbon with Dimensionals.
Sparkle Snowflakes—I used the Swirly Snowflakes Thinlits with Silver Glimmer Paper to add some sparkly snowflakes. The larger snowflake is one of three snowflakes from the edgelit, just snipped apart. I also left the little die-cut bits inside the snowflake, not because I'm too lazy to poke them out, but because I really liked that solid look of the snowflake. The two smaller snowflakes are also die-cut with the same Swirly Snowflakes Thinlits. All of them were attached with Glue Dots.
Finishing Touches—I finished by adding a few floating Rhinestone Jewels around the sentiment. DONE!