Christmas Ideas

Snowflake Splendor-Featured in my December Newsletter

Snowflake Wishes samplerSnowflake Splendor Suite

Enjoy the splendor of hand-painted imagery in a rich, cool color palette in the Snowflake Splendor Suite Collection by Stampin' Up!

Get swept away with a flurry of creative products designed to inspire you.

The Snowflake Splendor Suite Collection includes
* Snowflake Wishes Photopolymer Stamp Set (10% off)
* So Many Snowflakes Dies (10% off)
* Snowflake Splendor Designer Series Paper
* Winter Snow Embossing Folder
* Balmy Blue Glimmer Paper
* Blue Adhesive-Backed Gems
* Snowflake Splendor 1/4" (6.4 mm) Ribbon

Snowflake Splendor Suite, perfect for winter-themed crafting!

Products from the Snowflake Splendor Suite will be featured in my December 2020 newsletter.

Featured projects will include embossed and glimmer snowflakes and the acrylic block watercolor background.

Want to learn more?

My December 2020 newsletter will hit email inboxes at 9 am (MST) December 2, 2020.

Get your own copy by adding your name to my mailing list anytime in December 2020.

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Once the easy signup process has been completed, you'll receive my Adhesives 101 tutorial as my gift to you!

Please stay healthy.

I hope to hear from you soon.

Happy Stampin'!

Tuxedo Pop-UpCards-November Fresh Ideas

Tree Angle pop up card

Tuxedo Pop-Up Cards!

Create fun 3D pop-up cards using the Tuxedo Pop-Up Card technique. 

This is a simple fold that will provide that WOW factor to your creations.

The possibilities are endless for all season and occasion crafting.

Want to learn more?

My November Fresh Card Making tutorial will feature the Tuxedo Pop-Up Card Technique.

Two cards will be featured.

The first is this holiday card using Tree Angle stamp set and coordinating Stitched Triangle Dies.

The second is a fall-themed card covered with colorful Stitched Leaves.

(See sample Here)

This tutorial will hit e mail inboxes at 9:00 AM (MST) on November 17, 2020.

Please add your name to my mailing list anytime from November 17 to December 14, 2020 to receive this tutorial in a pdf format, complete with photos and step-by-step instructions.

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Once the sign up process has been completed, you'll receive my Adhesives 101 tutorial via email in pdf format as my gift to you.

I hope to hear from you soon!

Happy Stampin'!

Mountain Air Paper Towel Background

Paper towel background tis the season

One of the things I like to do is recycle and reuse the paper towel I've used to blot the ink on my watercolor projects.

Recently, I made several watercolor wash backgrounds using Misty Moonlight, Seaside Spray, and Gorgeous Grape inks.

(Click HERE to see some of my creations)

The paper towel I used had a mix of these colors which I thought was really pretty.

So, I used it for the background of this card paired with Mountain Air stamp set and Majestic Mountain Dies.

Simple to do. 

Here's how:

1.  Smooth out the paper towel and set aside to dry completely.  Once dry, separate the plys.  You'll have 2 pieces that you can use for 2 different projects.

2. Attach the paper towel to a piece of scrap card stock using Tombow Glue or Stampin' Seal Adhesive.  By attaching it to a card stock background, you will be able to easily cut it down using a paper trimmer or scissors to fit your project.

3. Stamp mountain image from Mountain Air on watercolor paper using Misty Moonlight and Gorgeous Grape inks.  Cut out using the coordinating Majestic Mountain Die. 

4. Stamp trees on watercolor paper using Mossy Meadow ink.  Cut out using coordinating Majestic Mountain Die.

5. Layer images onto paper towel back ground using Dimensionals to pop them up. 

6. Attach to Night of Navy mat.  Attach to Whisper White card base.

7. Stamp greeting from Itty Bitty Greetings using Night of Navy ink.  I used my Stamparatus.

8. Stamp bird image using Night of Navy ink to complete.

 

Happy Stampin'!

Single Snowflake Wishes Watercolor Background

Single Snowflake

Here's another card I created using the Watercolor Wash Background Technique paired with the color combo of Misty Moonlight, Seaside Spray, and Gorgeous Grape. 

For me, these colors say "winter!"

For more ideas using this technique and color combination, click HERE.

This card was easy to make.

Here's  how:

  1. Create watercolor wash background by creating palettes of color by dropping color from reinkers onto the lids of Misty Moonlight, Seaside Spray, and Gorgeous Grape ink pads.
  2. Spritz watercolor paper card front with water.  Pick up colors one at a time from the ink lids using a water painter and swipe on the wet card front.  Add more color or water as desired.  When satisfied, set piece aside to dry completely.
  3. Stamp large snowflake from Snowflake Wishes on card front using Whisper White Craft Ink.  Sprinkle with white embossing powder and emboss using a heat tool.  Buff image with a paper towel.
  4.  Stamp greeting from Snowflake Wishes using Gorgeous Grape ink.  I used my Stamparatus to get a good, dark image.
  5. Attach to Night of Navy mat.  Attach to Gorgeous Grape card base.  Attach Blue Adhesive-Backed Gems to complete.
Happy Stampin'!

Snowflake Wishes Watercolor Wash Background

Watercolor wash background

It's that time of year when most, if not all, the cards I create now through mid December will be Christmas cards.

There maybe a birthday or thank you card thrown in, but mostly it'll be Christmas.

I'm sure you understand!

For this card, I did a watercolor wash for the background.

It's simple.  Here's how:

1. Spritz watercolor card front with water.  Create watercolor wash background by creating palettes of color by dropping color from reinkers onto the lids of Misty Moonlight, Seaside Spray, and Gorgeous Grape ink pads.   Pick up the colors using a Water Painter and swipe onto the wet card front.  Add more color and or water as desired.  Set aside to dry completely.

2. Stamp snowflakes from Snowflake Wishes using Night of Navy ink.  I used my Stamparatus to get dark, stamped images.

3. Add a pool of Whisper White craft ink in the lid of the ink pad and mix with a small amount of water.  Pick up the color with a paint brush, then tap the brush on your index finger over the card front to get little splotches/dots of white.  Add a dot to the center of the snowflakes.  Set aside to allow the ink to dry.

4. Apply the watercolor wash onto a scrap piece of watercolor paper.  Stamp greeting from Snowflake Wishes using Night of Navy ink.  Again, I used my Stamparatus.  Attach to Night of Navy mat.

5. Attach card front to Night of Navy mat.  Attach to Gorgeous Grape card base.  Attach greeting using Dimensionals to pop it up.

I had fun using this color combination, making several cards using different designs and stamp sets including Tree of Life and Mountain Air.  Be sure to check back over the next few days to see my creations!

Happy Stampin'!

Festive Post Bay Window Card

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The Bay Window Fold is now my favorite!

It's so easy to do, and it really adds a special WOW to your creations.

For this card, I paired it with one of my favorite stamp sets, Festive Post.

It's perfect for all season stamping and coordinates with the Rectangular Postage Stamp Punch.

This card was featured in my October newsletter which hit e mail inboxes on the 6th.

You can still receive the October newsletter with instructions on how to do the Bay Window Fold by adding your name to my mailing list before November 2, 2020.

Just use the sign up box located in the upper right-hand corner of this page.

I hope to hear from you!

 

Happy Stampin'!

Evergreen Embossed Feels Like Frost Bay Window Card

Bay window card

Here's another Feels Like Frost Bay Window card that has been embossed using the Evergreen Embossing Folder.

You can see my first Feels Like Frost Bay Window Card HERE

The Feels Like Frost 6" x 6" Designer Series Paper is so pretty and the possibilities are endless for using it for the Bay Window Fold Technique.

The Bay Window Fold Technique has fast become one of my all-time favorite fancy folds!

It's so easy to create, and it provides that special WOW factor!

It folds flat so it fits in a standard A2 envelope so no extra postage should be needed.

I embossed the designer paper using the new Evergreen Embossing Folder, then sponged on some Seaside Spray and Misty Moonlight inks over the raised images to pop them up even more.

To add some shimmer, I added Frosty White Shimmer Paint applied with a sponge dauber and then the glimmer paint,Wink of Stella.

I used the greeting from the stamp set Christmas Gleaming for the tab that keeps the bay window open.

For complete instructions in a pdf format for the Bay Window Fold Technique, be sure to add your name to my mailing list by October 19th, 2020.

This fold was featured in my mid-month Fresh Ideas Newsletter that hit e mail inboxes on September 22nd. 

You can still get a copy of the newsletter before October's Fresh Idea hits e mail in boxes on October 20th, 2020.

To add your name to my mailing list, please use the sign-up box located in the upper right-hand corner of this page.

I hope to hear from you soon!

 

Happy Stampin'!

Feels Like Frost Evergreen Embossed Bay Window Card

Feels Like Frost Bay Window Card

Feels Like Frost Bay Window Card open

The Bay Window Fold Technique has fast become one of my all-time favorite fancy folds!

It's so easy to create, and it provides that special WOW factor!

It folds flat so it fits in a standard A2 envelope so no extra postage should be needed.

For this card, I combined the fold with the pretty winter-themed Filled with Frost 6"x6" Designer Series Paper.

I embossed the paper using the new Evergreen Embossing Folder, then sponged on some Seaside Spray and Misty Moonlight inks over the raised images to pop them up even more.

To add some shimmer, I added Frosty White Shimmer Paint applied with a sponge dauber and then the glimmer paint,Wink of Stella.

I used the stamp set Posted for you and card stock punched out using various circle punches to create the tab that keeps the bay window open.

"merry Christmas" from Posted for You was also stamped on the inside panel.

For complete instructions in a pdf format for the Bay Window Fold Technique, be sure to add your name to my mailing list by October 19th, 2020.

This fold was featured in my mid-month Fresh Ideas Newsletter that hit e mail inboxes on September 22nd. 

You can still get a copy of the newsletter before October's Fresh Idea hits e mail in boxes on October 20th, 2020.

To add your name to my mailing list, please use the sign-up box located in the upper right-hand corner of this page.

I hope to hear from you soon!

 

 

Happy Stampin'!

September Fresh Ideas-Snow Front Bay Window Card

Bay Window CardSnow Front Bay Window Card

Bay Window Card openSnow Front Bay Window Card Open

Create fun 3-D cards using the Bay Window Technique.

This technique is super easy and will provide that WOW factor in your creations.

The possibilities are endless for all season and occasion crafting.

For this winter wonderland card, I used the stamp set Snow Front.

Snow Front-Create tranquil scenes with the Snow Front Stamp Set, whether it's cozy cabins with dainty deer or playful cardinals in a winter forest.

This is a Two-Step Stampin’ set; it allows you to layer two or more images to create one final image with extra texture and dimension in the colors you want.

Want to learn more?

My September Fresh Card Making tutorial will feature the Bay Window Card Technique using the stamp set Snow Front.

Also featured, will be a Bay Window Halloween card featuring the stamp set Festive Post.

You can view the Hallowen Bay Window Card HERE.

This tutorial will hit e mail inboxes at 9:00 AM (MST) on September 22, 2020.

Please add your name to my mailing list anytime from September 16 to October 19, 2020 to receive this tutorial complete with photos and step-by-step instructions.

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Once the sign up process has been completed, you'll receive my Adhesives 101 tutorial via email in pdf format as my gift to you.

I hope to hear from you!

 

Happy Stampin'!

Bleach Technique-Snowflake Wishes

Bleach snowflakes

Here in the mountains of southern Colorado,  on Labor Day, we had temps in the 90's. 

The following day, our temps dived to a high of 30 degrees, and we received 14" of snow!

Today, the high is supposed to be back up in the 80's.

Crazy weather!

To celebrate our early season snow, I created this card using the Bleach Technique paired with the stamp set Snowflake Wishes on Blueberry Crisp card stock.

The Bleach Technique is fun because each item will turn out differently depending on which color of card stock you use and how the bleach reacts to it.

Here is a sampling of different colors of card stock.

Bleached snowflakes

Top L to R: Rich Razzleberry, Night of Navy, Cherry Cobbler

Bottom L to R: Gorgeous Grape, Misty Moonlight, Seaside Spray, Early Espresso

See how each one is different?

The technique is easy to do:

  1. When working with bleach, always cover your work surface and wear old clothing.  Remember, you are working with bleach, and accidents can happen!
  2. Make a palette. Fold a paper towel into fourths and place in a powder pal or similar. Pour a small amount of bleach onto the paper towel, letting it soak in.
  3. Ink up snowflakes from Snowflake Wishes and stamp on Blueberry Crisp card stock. Set aside and let the bleach do its thing. It will change the color of the paper, continuing to do so even up to an hour after stamping.

TIP:  To protect your stamp (especially the photopolymer), ink the stamp in Versamark first.  Always wash the bleach off immediately after use.

I hope you'll give this fun technique a try.  Let me know how your creations turn out!

Supplies Used:

Bleach Snowflake Wishes

Stamp Set: Snowflake Wishes

Ink: Night of Navy, Versamark

Paper: Coastal Cabana, Blueberry Crisp

Accessories: Bleach, powder pal, paper towel, Bermuda Bay ribbon, hexagon punch, Dimensionals

 

Happy Stampin'!

August Fresh Ideas-So Many Snowflakes Tepee Card

Snowflakes

Snowflakes side back and open views

Create fun 3-D cards using the Tepee Card Technique.


This technique is super easy and will provide that WOW factor in your creations.

It can be folded to fit in an A2 envelope.

There is some bulk because of the folds, so extra postage might be needed if mailing.

(Be sure to check my Happy Halloween Tepee Card Found Here)

For this Snowflake Tepee Card, I used items found in the Snowflake Splendor Suite.

This Suite includes the Snowflake Wishes Bundle (Snowflake Wishes stamp set and coordination So Many Snowflakes Dies), Snowflake Splendor Designer Series Paper, Balmy Blue Glimmer Paper, and Blue Adhesive-Backed Gems.

Of course, all items can be purchased separately. 

Perfect for those winter wishes and Christmas cards.

Want to learn more?

My August Fresh Card Making tutorial will feature the Tepee  Card Technique using the Snowflake Splendor Suite.

This tutorial will hit e mail inboxes at 9:00 AM (MST) on August, 18, 2020.

Please add your name to my mailing list anytime from August 17- September 21, 2020 to receive this tutorial complete with photos and step-by-step instructions.

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Snowflake Splendor Suite

Snowflake splendor

Happy Stampin'!

Posted for You-Sign Up for my July Newsletter

Sampler

The 2020-2021 Annual Stampin' Up! Catalog is HERE!

One of my favorite items in the new catalog is the Posted for You Bundle, which includes the Posted for You stamp set and coordinating Rectangle Postage Stamp Punch.

This bundle will be featured in my July 2020 Newsletter.

Techniques will include a quick and easy faux postage card, 2 CASE'd (copy and share with everyone) cards from the Annual Stampin' Up! catalog, and my first Christmas card of the season using the Rectangle Postage Stamp Punch and Flowers for Every Season Designer Series Paper.

Want to learn more?

My July 2020 newsletter will hit email inboxes at 9 am (MST) July 7, 2020.

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To sign up, please use the Sign-Up Box located in the upper right- hand corner of this page.

Once the easy signup process has been completed, you'll receive my Adhesives 101 tutorial as my gift to you!

Please stay healthy.

I hope to hear from you soon.

Thanks!

Happy Stampin'!

Happy 2020-In the Woods Mercury Acetate Blends Background

Mercury Acetate background

Best Wishes for Peace, Health, and Happiness in the New Year!

Supplies Used:

Stamp Set: Teeny Tiny Wishes

Ink: Cajun Craze

Stampin' Blends: Dark Daffodil Delight, Dark Cajun Craze, Light and Dark Poppy Parade

Paper: Cajun Craze, Whisper White, Blushing Bride, Silver Glimmer, Mercury Glass Designer Acetate

Accessories: Big Shot, Detailed Deer and In the Woods Dies, Mini Dimensionals

Happy Stampin'!

Last Christmas Cards of the Season-Cards for the Grandkids

Ryan and Madysen Christmas 2019Here are the last of the Christmas cards I created this season.

I made these for our 4 month old grandson Ryan, and our 3 year old granddaughter Madysen.

The mittens were punched out of Wrapped in Plaid Designer Series Paper using a retired mitten punch I had in my stash.

It has been retired for many years, but I'm glad I kept it!

The cat was also punched out of Wrapped in Plaid DSP using the current cat punch.

Our granddaughter loves cats, or as she calls them, "Ma's."

The greeting comes from Christmas Gleaming.

Supplies Used:

Stamp Sets: Christmas Gleaming, Still Scenes (snow flakes stamped in Night of Navy), Christmas Gleaming (greeting)

Ink: Night of Navy, Versamark

Paper: Cherry Cobbler, Whisper White, Gold Foil, Wrapped in Plaid 6" x 6" Designer Series Paper

Accessories: mitten and cat punches, heat tool, Cherry Cobbler Embossing Powder, red rhinestones, Stamparatus

 

Happy Stampin'!

Tri-Fold Snow Globe Card

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Tri fold snow globe openTri-Fold Snow Globe Card Opened

Tri fold snow globe insideTri-Fold Snow Globe Card Inside

Recently, I saw this idea online to create a tri-fold card using the Still Scenes stamp set and coordinating Snow Globe Scenes Die.

Unfortunately, I don't remember who I got the idea from.

As things usually happen, I see an idea, then try to recreate it from memory.

Sometimes that doesn't work, but in this case, it did!

It was actually pretty simple once I figured out how I was going to make the tri-fold.

I simply cut 2 card bases.  The first is a regular-sized card base measuring 5 1/2" x 4 1/4".

The second measures 5 1/4" x 4".

Once all the stamping and decorating were done, I simply glued the smaller base inside the larger base.

Easy, Easy!

For the inside of the snow globe, I stamped the outline image from Still Scenes on the starry designed piece of Brightly Gleaming Designer Series Paper using Night of Navy ink.  Then, I cut it out using the coordinating Snow Globe Scenes Die.

The deer and the snow globe base overlay were cut out of Gold Glimmer paper.  The trees were cut out of Pretty Peacock Foil paper.

All images except for the snow flakes were stamped using the Stamparatus.

Still Scenes/Snow Globe Scenes Dies

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Supplies Used:

Stamp Set: Still Scenes

Ink: Night of Navy

Paper: Very Vanilla, Gold Glimmer, Pretty Peacock Foil, Brightly Gleaming Designer Series Paper

Accessories: 2 1/2" circle punch, Big Shot, Snow Globe Scenes Die, Mini Dimensionals, Tombow Multi-purpose Glue, Stamparatus, ribbon out of my stash

 

Happy Stampin'!

Seaside Spray Buffalo Check Snow Front

Blue gingham

Here's another card I created using Snow Front, one of my favorite stamp sets found in the Holiday Catalog.

This scene was inspired by the North Hardscrabble Creek that runs through the front of our property.

I think the birds in the set are meant to be Cardinals, and therefore should be stamped in red.

But, we do not have Cardinals here in the mountains of southern Colorado.

But, we do have Stellar Blue Jays!

And of course, we have deer!

The Buffalo Check background was stamped using Seaside Spray.

I stamped all images using the Stamparatus.

The greeting comes from Itty Bitty Greetings.

Snow Front is the featured product in my December newsletter.

To see more ideas using Snow Front, please be sure to add your name to my mailing list.

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Snow Front

Snow front

 

Supplies Used:

Stamp Sets: Snow Front, Buffalo Check, Itty Bitty Greetings

Ink: Early Espresso, Soft Seaside, Night of Navy

Paper: Early Espresso, Night of Navy, Shimmery White

Accessories: Stamparatus

Happy Stampin'!

Snow Front in Purple

Purple reflectionsSnow Front Purple Reflections

Purple winter sceneSnow Front in Purple

One of my favorite stamp sets in the Holiday Catalog is Snow Front.

With the mountains, pine trees, snow, and even the cute little country cabin, it is the perfect set for my surroundings here in the mountains of southern Colorado.

I played around with the set to create some different watercolor landscapes.

For both cards, I started by creating a mask for the moon cut out of a post-it-note using my 1 3/4" circle punch.

I laid the stencil on my watercolor paper card front and sponged on metallic silver ink.

For the first card, I placed the punched circle over the sponged moon, and added Pacific Point and Highland Heather inks to create the sky.

Next, I stamped the trees and landscape using Highland Heather ink and the water using Seaside Spray and Balmy Blue inks.

To create the reflection, I stamped the trees on my Silicone Craft Mat in Highland Heather ink.  Then, I turned the mat so the image would be upside down.  I placed it on the bottom section of the card front and gently rubbed the backside of the mat with my fingers, transferring the ink to the paper.

For the second card, after sponging the moon, I stamped the mountains using Soft Suede ink.  I tapped Shaded Spruce, Pretty Peacock, and Highland Heather inks on the tree stamp to get the three-tone coloring.  A simple watercolor wash using an aqua painter was done to create the water.

Snow Front is the featured product in my December Newsletter.

For more Snow Front Ideas, please be sure to add your name to my mailing list.

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Snow Front

Snow front

 

Supplies Used:

Stamp Set: Snow Front, Itty Bitty Greetings

Ink:

Card #1: Highland Heather, Pacific Point, Seaside Spray, Balmy Blue, silver metallic

Card #2: Highland Heather,  Shaded Spruce, Pretty Peacock, Soft Suede, silver metallic

Paper:

Card 1: Balmy Blue, Rich Razzleberry, watercolor

Card 2: Seaside Spray, Highland Heather, watercolor

Accessories: post-it-note, 1 3/4" circle punch, sponge, Silicone Craft mat, aqua painter, Stamparatus

 

Happy Stampin'!

Merry Christmas-Tri-Fold Snow Front Card

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Snow Front Tri fold insideTri-Fold Snow Front Card Inside

This card was inspired by an idea I saw from Michelle Last.

It is an easy tri-fold card using Snow Front, one of my favorite stamp sets found in the Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalog.

This stamp set is perfect for my surrounding in the mountains of southern Colorado.

The mountains, trees, creek, and deer. 

Plus the little cabin which reminds me of our little house in the big forest.

This stamp set has it all!

Card measures 9 3/4" x 5 1/2" and was scored at 3 1/4" and 6 1/2".

I stamped the mountains using a combination of Night of Navy, Highland Heather and Seaside Spray inks.

Once stamped, I trimmed around them using a pair of scissors.

The cabin, deer, snowman, and greeting were stamped using the Stamparatus.

The mountains, trees, water, and landscape were stamped free hand.

It came together pretty easily.  I hope you'll give it a try.

Thanks Michelle for your inspiration!

Snow Front will be the featured product in my December newsletter which will hit e mail inboxes today,  December 10th.

Please add your name to my mailing list to get your own copy.

The sign up box is located in the upper right-hand corner of this page.

It will also be featured in upcoming blogs posts during December, so stay tuned!

Snow Front

Snow frontSupplies Used:

Stamp Sets: Snow Front, Still Scenes (greeting)

Ink: Night of Navy, Highland Heather, Seaside Spray, Early Expresso, Pear Pizzazz, Garden Green

Accessories: Stamparatus

Happy Stampin'!

Mason Jar Lid Ornaments

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Every month, a group of ladies from Wetmore and surrounding areas get together at local restaurants for lunch.

In December, my neighbor Carol and I are the co-hosts.

We got together one afternoon to create these mason jar lid ornaments to give out as favors.

We used a collection of designer papers, ribbons and embellishments, plus the Big Shot and  Snow Globe Scene Dies to create different scenes.

The circles were punched using my 2 1/2" circle punch.  We used Tombow Multi-purpose Glue as our glue along the inside edges of the rings.

And the best part is I let the double-sided designer series paper do the work for the back side of the ornamenst!

Here's the front of one of the ornaments:

Deer mason jar ornament front

And here's the back side of that ornament:

Deer mason jar ornament 1 back

Easy, Easy!

We know our guests will have fun picking out the one they want!

Mason jar bearsSnow Globe Scenes Bears

Mason jar snowflakeFeels Like Frost Snowflake

Mason jar purpleFeels Like Frost in Purple

 

Supplies Used:

Paper: Feels Like Frost and Wrapped in Plaid Designer Series Paper, Shimmery White, Basic Black, Shaded Spruce, Gold Foil, Gold Glimmer

Accessories: mason jar lids in assorted colors, 2 1/2" circle punch, Big Shot, Snow Globe Scenes Dies, assorted ribbons and embellishments from my stash, Stampin' Blends to color rhinestones and pearls, Tombow Multi-purpose Glue, Mini Dimesionals

Happy Stampin'!