Saturday, February 20, 2021

One of a Kind!


Hello friends! I have a card to share today showcasing one of my favorite techniques.  

I am playing along with Simon Says Wednesday Challenge which is to share one of your favorite techniques.

I used select white card stock.  I very lightly inked blended the edges using soft stone ink.  Ink blending is one of my favorite techniques.  Whether it is a full panel or just a soft contour around the edges.  I used  SSS Snowflake Season  stamp set and stamped the border images using Versafine Onyx black ink.  I heat embossed using clear embossing powder.  Heat embossing is another favorite technique.  

Once the panel was embossed with the snowflake image, I used SSS Filigree Snowflake embossing folder for even more added texture and dimension.  I die cut  the panel using Waffle Flower Rectangle die.  I added  it to a top folder top folding vintage cream card stock  base using foam tape.  I die cut the Eliza snowflake using black card stock and black glitter card stock.  I layered the two together for added dimension. 

For the sentiment, I stamped and white embossed a sentiment using the same SSS Snowflake Season  stamp set onto true black card stock. I used a circle die  to cut out the sentiment.  I added it to the  center of the snowflake using foam tapeI finished the card with a few clear sequins  

Here is a list of many of the products I generally
use every time I make a card.

As always thanks so much for stopping by!


  1. Such a beautiful card with all its layers!

  2. This is stunning! Such amazing layers of snowflakes in such an eye-catching pattern.


Thanks so much!

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