Hello Everyone ~ I have another beautiful Snowflake Wishes from Stampin’ Up card to share with you today.
Every time I make a card with the Snowflake Wishes Suite of products they get prettier and prettier. This suite is gorgeous and so easy to play with. If you struggle with coordination you don’t need to worry with this suite. The papers use 5 different colors for you to choose from. I love having options when I play with paper as the same layout will have an entirely different look just by changing the paper.
The designer series paper features snowflakes of all kinds. The way the paper is printed you actually get depth as some are clear and towards the front while others are faint and in the background. The style of snowflakes used varies from bold to soft and delicate. The style is mimicked in the stamp set with bold images and soft and delicate ones. That makes the designer series paper a perfect compliment to the stamp set.
The stamp set has a variety of sentiments that are not just for Christmas. There is even a Happy Hanukkah stamp so you can make cards for your Jewish friends. Here is my Snowflake Wishes from Stampin’ Up creation.
Features of the Card
- Snowflake Wishes bundle
- card base ~ Whisper White – 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ scored at 4 1/4″ and scrap
- Snowflake Splendor dsp – 4″ x 5 1/4″
- Shimmery White card stock ~ scraps
Here are some other cards that use this perfect snowflake suite so you can order you supplies from my online store and come back so you can make these fabulous cards.
To make it easy for you to order, here are the supplies I used for today’s card. Click on the photo and it will take you to my store where you can order the products. If you need help placing your order, let me know.
Thanks for visiting me today and I hope I inspired you. I am so glad it is Friday. This week has been busy and I have a lot to get done this weekend. Good thing it is supposed to rain as it will be perfect to play in my studio. Have a Fabulous Friday and I love the gorgeous Snowflake Wishes from Stampin’ Up card don’t you?