Christmas

Stampin Up Sketch Challenge #3 – Flurry of Wishes, Snowflakes

Hi There!

Here is another sketch challenge that my upline posted. I was behind so I just posted one and here’s the 3rd (I missed the 2nd which was a color challenge).

Sketch Challenge 2

Okay…so I know that I JUST made a card using Flurry of Wishes…but I just CAN’T help myself. It’s so stinkin’ beautiful! Not to mention I LOVE stamping and then punching out perfect little snowflakes. What’s that? You don’t have it yet? What?? Go, now, get it! 😉

Here is the card that I made! I had to emboss the snowflakes AGAIN…but at least I used gold this time 😉 Ha! I loved throwing in the black cardstock for a pop of color (that’s an oxymoron isn’t it??)

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Hope you enjoyed my card today and if you see anything you like…(FLURRY OF WISHES PHOTOPOLYMER BUNDLE!) click below to purchase from my site! Thanks for supporting my business. In reality you are supporting my family, which means diapers for my baby girl 😉  Remember for every $35 USD you purchase before tax and shipping, you get a”punch”and once you have 9 “punches” you get to pick a FREE stamp set of your choice! So…get shopping! ;-D

 

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Christmas

Stampin Up Upline Sketch Challenge #1 – Flurry of Wishes, Snowflakes!

Hi there!

My upline started a sketch challenge for all of her downline to participate in, how fun! Every week we can enter the challenge and upload our project/card/scrapbook page to our team FB page. Then every week she draws a name for a $20 Stampin Up catalog shopping spree! I’ll be posting my challenge projects here every week!

I think she borrowed this sketch from over at Fab Friday. 😉 It’s a cute little sketch and when I saw it I thought snowflakes!! I just love the Flurry of Wishes Photopolymer stamp bundle. So glad I purchased it. It makes it so easy when you can just punch out snowflakes!

Sketch Challenge 1

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I turned the sketch horizontally and loved it even more. Sometimes things just come to fruition when you are looking at a different angle! I stamped the largest snowflake in Soft Sky and then used clear embossing powder on it. Then punched it out with a 2-1/2″ circle punch. I used the snail adhesive on the back and then put the gold cording where I wanted it to go. I was trying for a kind of loopty loop effect. 😉 I made a banner using the gold embossed vellum paper and finished it with a gold embossed sentiment and metallic sequins. The simplicity of this card is SO elegant!

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Here are all the items you will need to make this lovely snowflake card: