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So Suzy Snowflakes

Hi Everyone,

I am playing with the latest release stamps, creating a Christmas card. I have been making them all year long, but I still have the feeling I am behind. Time to increase the production, I guess...


My So Suzy Stamps:


Snowflakes Large, Medium and Small, Noel

I started out heat embossing those pretty snowflakes in white onto white card stock.

Used distress inks to sponge a blue ombre background.


Wiped off the excess ink from the snowflakes. I spritzed some water onto the card. Heat embossed NOEL onto vellum and added silver tape to my vellum strip.


Love how this turned out!

Linking up with:
Fab 'n Funky - Christmas
AAA Cards Challenge - ink blending
Christmas Card Challenge - anything Christmas

Fab 'n' Funky Challenges


Comments

Flo said…
... und schon fertig ist eine tolle Weihnachtskarte!!!
Klasse Idee.
Liebe Grüße
conil said…
Brrrr,,,love this chilly card and the way you embellished it. That washi is too cool, too.
Cardsbymaaike said…
pretty snowflakes and pretty inkblending. Thank you for playing with us at AAA cards.
Mac Mable said…
So classy, so pretty and fabulous blending x
Heidi Weaver said…
Wow, Cornelia, what a lovely card! The heat embossed snowflakes show up so beautifully against your ombre background. Love the way you've used those distress oxide inks. Spritzing the water on the finished background really adds a lot of additional interest. The silver tape and rhinestones are a perfect finish to your card. Thanks so much for joining our Watercooler Wednesday Challenge this week.
Marsha Reed said…
Beautiful card, Cornelia! Those oxide inks are wonderful, aren't they? Love the blue and the snowflakes. Thanks for joining us at the Watercooler Wednesday Challenge.
Bobby said…
Now the song "Here comes Suzy Snowflake" is running through my head, Cornelia. I love the look of inking behind embossed snowflakes and yours embossed so well. I've had a few fails with this technique.
Penny Hanuszak said…
What a fun way to bring those snowflakes together in your design. Love the background blue because it's so vivid against the white of the snowflakes.Thanks so much for sharing your wonderful card on our Watercooler Wednesday challenge this week. Loved it!
Aileen said…
Beautiful card and I love the delicate design of these snowflakes so I just had to go and order them cause of course I don't have enough stamps (ho hum). I love the blending and how you used the vellum and silver ribbon. So beautiful Cornelia.
papierelle said…
Soooo schön und sooooo schön darf der Winter auch gerne werden!!!
Judy Markowitz said…
What a wonderful card! Your techniques really make this card shine! Nicely done! Thanks so much for joining us this week at Watercooler Wednesday!
So beautiful with all those pretty snowflakes.
Jane said…
Mega gorgeous and fantastic blended blues, love it! Thanks for playing at AAA Cards.
Wendy said…
Beautiful card.... Thanks for joining us at Fab’n’Funky this week :)
Wendy xx
Aileen said…
congrats on your win at Watercooler Wednesday petal. Totally deserved. Forgot to tell you too the Noel link wasn't working, sorry bit late hey.
Unknown said…
Such a beautiful card! Well done!!!
Anita in France said…
Delicate and lovely, Cornelia ... love the sense of depth in that gorgeous blue ombré background! Hugs, Anita :)
Sweety Gupta said…
This is so pretty! :) The Distress oxides blend perfectly and you chose such bright, happy colours! :)

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