Hello Stampers ~ today I used 2 sets to create my Star of Light Snow.
I have been off all week by one day. I posted my One Color Wonder video on Tuesday and not Wednesday as I thought it was Wednesday. The same has been true for other things I had to do. I kept looking in my planner at the wrong day. Good thing I did not miss any appointments!
Well I got one project finished and started the second one. I have the second one almost half finished. I will be finishing up the second project today and then I need to make Jess’ birthday card as well as finish up some cards I started in North Carolina so I can post them here. Sometime in there I need to make my videos for next week! I also need to cut for my Christmas card stamp-a-stack. It will be another busy day so good thing I do not need to go anywhere again!
My creation today began with an idea sparked by the Merry Little Labels stamp set. I wanted to use the Let It Snow stamp to make a snow card. When I looked at the Star of Light set, I saw snowflakes in the little stamp. I decided to run with it. I stamped the snowflake all over the Whisper White layer using a second generation stamping with Marina Mist. I also stamped several others on scrap paper so I could cut them out with the matching framelit. I added some of the sparkle ribbon from Sale-a-bration before attaching the card layer to my Marina Mist card base. Using the Let it Snow stamp, I colored it with my markers to get the different colors. The image was cut out with scissors as I wanted to back it with the punch. It is easy to do as I just cut on the stamped outside lines. The Everyday Label punch was used with a piece of Marina Mist then the sentiment was added. The sentiment layer was attached to the card front using dimensionals. To finish off the card I added my punched snowflakes with dimensionals. Here is my completed creation.
inside of card and envelope
Stampin’ Up supplies used for my creation