Sunday, December 2, 2012

Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow...

I had a special request from a dear friend that asked me if I could make a special Christmas card for each of her three children so she could give them to them this holiday season.  I said;  "how about snowflakes on it"?  She agreed and here is the final outcome.  She was pleased when I gave them to her.  Once again it's so difficult to photograph all white cards.

I was able to type a very nice Christmas verse in the inside of each card and printed their name on each card to personalize it.

I started out with my Cuttlebug Embossing folder and stamped the background with pretty little snowflakes on it.  I managed to also use my double sided Sookwang tape and Glitter Ritz Micro Fine Glitter (to burnish it) and glam it up a bit on the bottom and then stamp Merry Christmas on it. 
I used 2 different sized Martha Stewart snowflakes and my Marianne Designs Die Cut (shaped like a huge snowflake). I also used a very tiny little snowflake punch from Michael's Arts and Craft store from their $1 bin and stamped them in silver glitter paper to set off the white snow flakes and to add more glitter to the card.  I also dabbed a tiny amount of Stickles Iridescent Crystal color all around each snowflake to make it look as if each snowflake was glistening in the sunlight. 

I hope these pictures give you the general idea here? 
May you all get working and stamping like Santa's little elves and soon
share a crafty little Christmas with your family and friends.


  1. Wow this is gorgeous!! I love the white on white!

  2. Wow, all kinds of glittery goodness on these!! Love that big snowflake so much. Very elegant, I'm sure she'll be so happy with these!

  3. How beautiful! and I think your photographs turned out lovely! I know how difficult it can be photographing white on white...

  4. Oh Leanne this is just STUNNING! I love everything about it and your photographs are perfect! You friend will gasp at it's beauty!
    Thanks for popping by my blog and leaving such kind, encouraging words! HUGS from OHIO!


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