Welcome to the Ink & Inspiration Blog Hop! We are a small group of Stampin’ Up! demonstrators around the world who love to share our creativity with others. You’re currently visiting Sarah Fleming in the USA. This month’s theme is Happy Holidays!
Um, how pretty is this paper? I can’t get over how beautiful it is. It’s the Feels Like Frost DSP, and it has these photorealistic prints on one side and silver foil designs on the other side, and I can hardly bear to use one side over the other.
- Card base: Seaside Spray, 8-1/2″ x 5-1/2″, scored and folded at 4-1/4″ (book fold portrait)
- Background paper: Feels Like Frost DSP, 4-1/8″ x 5-3/8″
- The Rose Glimmer Paper piece is cut with the Frosted Frames Dies, which come in a bundle with the Frosted Foliage stamp set for 10% off. I added the Rose frame with glue, leaving the branches and snowflake outlines loose. Things won’t stick to the top of Glimmer Paper unless you use liquid glue and leave it to dry for a long time, so I also used the center frame (used to cut out the Night of Navy Cardstock in the next step) and cut out the center of the Glimmer Paper so I could easily stick down the Night of Navy piece.
- I stamped the snowflakes from the Frosted Foliage stamp set in Delicata Silvery Shimmer ink (y’all, this ink is fantastic!!) on Night of Navy Cardstock and cut out the frame with the Frosted Frames Dies. I added this to the card with Dimensionals.
- I stamped the sentiment, from the Itty Bitty Greetings stamp set, in Rococo Rose ink on Whisper White Cardstock and cut it out with a frame from the Ornate Frames Dies. I added the sentiment with Dimensionals. This is the first time I’ve used Rococo Rose ink. I usually avoid using rose-colored anything, but I was surprised at how much I like Rococo Rose with Night of Navy and Seaside Spray.
- I cut the white snowflakes from Whisper White Cardstock with the snowflakes die from the Frosted Frames Dies. I added these with liquid glue.
- I finished off the card front with Frosted & Clear Epoxy Droplets (frosted used here).
- Inside, I stamped snowflakes all around the edges of a 4″ x 5-1/4″ Whisper White card liner in the Delicata ink, then stamped the sentiment, from the Frosted Foliage stamp set, in Rococo Rose.
I hope you enjoyed my project today! Make sure you follow the hop all the way back to me so you can see everyone else’s projects. The designers on this team are so talented — you won’t want to miss any of the blogs!
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