This time of year I especially like to make things easy for myself and create cards using the same layout but switching the elements. Today’s post is another example of me doing just that. Both cards feature a tag cut using the Chalk Talk framelits #129983 from the Stampin Up annual catalog. The top card is done using the Winter Frost DSP paper pack #132183 and the Festive Flurry Stamp set 3131781 and coordinating framelits #132193 The center of the snowflake is a rhinestone adorned embellishment from the Frosted Finishes #132150 embellishments. Can I say beautiful? I finished the card with a piece of the Silver 1/8 ” ribbon. All these items are from the Stampin UpHoliday catalog that are only available through Jan 2, 2014. If you love the snowflakes and have to have them, remember to bundle them and save 15% (wood #133284 and clear #133285)
The bottom card features the Season of Style DSP paper pack #132181 from the Stampin Up Holiday catalog and the Tag It #130303 stamp set that coordinates with the Chalk Talk Framelits. The Tag It stamp set is annual Ronald McDonald charity stampset. For every set sold, Stampin Up donates $3 to the Ronald McDonald House Charities, RMHC. The RMHC help families who have children with serious illnesses and to date Stampin Up has donated over $1,000,000 to RMHC. Together we can make a difference and what a better time than now to give.
Today’s post is another set of cards that use the same layout but different papers, punches, dies and other embellishments to take on a whole new look. The top card uses the Seasons of Style DSP paper stack #132181 from the Stampin Up holiday catalog and a retired candy cane die. The bottom card uses the Winter Frost DSP paper stack #132183, the Festive flurries die #132193 and coordinating Stamp set #131781 to complete the look of the wintry card. Remember the Stampin Up catalog is good thru Jan 2, 2014 and the Festive Flurries Stamp and die can be purchased as a bundle and you can save 15%. Hurry up time is running out.
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Today’s card is from my stamp a stack (although there was minimal stamping) class and features the Winter Frost DSP paper stack #132183 and the Festive Flurry #131781 stampset and the coordinating Festive Flurry die. I stamped the snowflakes using the Encore silver metallic ink #132147, cut them out with the coordinating Festive Flurry die and then stacked the snowflakes on an embossed with petals a plenty folder #116824 on whisper white square and a pool party rectangle embossed with the stylish stripes embossing folder # 132174. I finished the card with a piece of the 1/8″ silver ribbon #142137. All products for these cards are available in the Stampin Up holiday catalog and are available thru January 2, 2014. If you love the snowflakes stamp and dies be sure to bundle them and save 15% ( wood #133284 and clear #133285).
Check out the tree card that uses the same layout as the snowflake card but uses the Season of Style DSP paper stack #132777 for a completely different look.
Today you just might be seeing double. All products to make these cards was from the Stampin Up holiday catalog. I made the same card but switched out the paper I decided to keep it simple and use the Winter Frost DSP paper stack #132183. I used the silver metallic ink #132142 to stamp the Festive Flurry snowflakes #131781 and then used the coordinating Festive Flurry framelit to cut the perfect snowflake and added a basic rhinestone. The snowflakes were added to a textured white and pool party using the stylish striped folder #132174. The 1/8″ silver ribbon #132137 completes this stylish card.
The festive flurries stamp set has 4 different sized stamps that coordinate with a framelit making layering a breeze and endless possibilities to make sure no 2 snowflakes are alike. The festive flurries stamp set and framelits are available as a bundle (wood #133284, clear 133285) and save 15%.