Thursday, October 17, 2013
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Today I have a Blast From the Past card and technique to show you. I’m gone on vacation so I’m digging back in my bag of tricks for something you may not have seen or tried before.
This card uses the Carryover Snowflake Soiree stamp set ##127922 $29.95 or #127925 $21.95.
The technique I used for this card is the Faux Silk technique.
Here is the video on this technique:
Here are some more details on this card and technique:
Whisper White card stock #100730 $8.50
White Tissue Paper Anywhere Glue Stick #104045 $3.95
Snowflake Soiree stamp set #127922 $29.95 or #127925 $21.95
Crumb Cake ink #126975 $5.95
Crumb Cake card stock #120953 $6.95
Midnight Muse ink #126860 $5.95
Midnight Muse card stock #126843 $6.95
Bashful Blue ink #126961 $5.95
Window Frames Collection #129021 $26.95
Big Shot #113439 $99.95
Crumb Cake 3/8? Taffeta Ribbon #122966 $6.95
Jewels #119246 $4.95
I will be back tonight late so tomorrow you will have something new. I hope you enjoyed your blast from the past.
If you would like to order any of these supplies to recreate this card or do the technique please go to my website HERE.
Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!
4 thoughts on “Snowflake Soiree”
This video says its unavailable!
It might just be the device you are using; because the video is fine on my laptop. Try this link Here:
It still says unavailable. When I pull-up your website I see the video, when I click on the video it says it is unavailable. I don’t know what the problem is. This has happened several times with these videos, is it something I am doing? All I do is click on the arrow……I’m lost and very confused. Thanks for all of your help.
Hi Glenda, The video worked fine for me! Thanks for re-sharing this technique! I seem to forget about some of the “oldies but goodies”.