Sunday, 24 August 2014

Let it Snow


This week's challenge at Less is More is a sketch

I thought after all the un-Christmassy cards I've made recently it was time I got back to the festive fun, so I used a Darice snowflake embossing folder and an X-cut snowflake die (a rather lovely recent magazine freebie) along with words from a Fourth Dimension stamp set I've had for years, embossed with Baby Blue Pearls embossing powder that was once sent to me in a RAK, to produce this card

Then I played around with the sketch a bit, and blinged up the embossed panel with some mirri card matting, glitter glue and liquid pearls to arrive at a completely different card using the same basic ingredients

This second card I am sharing with

Christmas Cards All Year Round - Sparkle and Shine
Winter Wonderland - Anything Goes for Xmas
Crafty Hazelnut's Christmas Challenge Extra - August   


  1. Super embossing, great take on the sketch, seems to be a perfect idea for fast Christmas cards.

    Warm hugs

  2. Saw the second card, and had to pop by to tell you that I love it! I have that I'll have to try this layout too! :)

  3. 2 fantastic Christmassy cards Jane.
    Love your colour choice and the embossing is stunning.
    Thanks for sharing
    Less is more

  4. I bought some new snowflakes dies Jane, you've made me want to dig them out!
    Super cards.
    Thanks so much
    "Less is More"

  5. Two beautiful CAS cards. Love the folder you have used and your colour choice. Thanks for joining in with our 'Anything goes for Christmas' challenge at Winter Wonderland, and good luck
    Eileen x

  6. Jane these are gorgeous, fab freebie!
    Super take on the sketch
    Thanks for joining in with Less is More this week
    LIM Designer

  7. Thank you for sharing your super creation for my CHNC challenge extra for August - hope to see you again soon x

  8. Lovely, thanks for sharing with us at CCAYR this month.


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