Stampin’ Up! Snowflake Soiree

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Today is the sketch challenge at the Try Stampin’ On Tuesday blog.Here is the sketch for this week:

Here is my take on the sketch:

I wanted to try the Ghosting technique and pair it with Early Espresso card stock. Just Stunning in person. Love the Champagne Glimmer card stock with the ghosting and the Early Espresso card stock. Beautiful!

If you missed the Ghosting Technique video you can see it again Here:

If you would like to order any of the supplies to recreate this card please go to my website HERE to place your order. My good friend France (Frenchie) has already earned the Stampin’ Up! incentive trip and I would love to be able to go on it with her. All sales help me to achieve this goal. I do appreciate all your sales and would love to send you a Thank You note.

Here is a list of the supplies used to create this card:
Card Stock:
Very Vanilla #101650 $8.50
Early Espresso #119686 $6.95
Neutrals DSP #117157 $21.95
Champagne Glimmer Paper #127885 $4.95
Glossy White Card Stock #102599 $5.95

Early Espresso #126974 $5.95
Crumb Cake #126975 $5.95
VersaMark #102283 $7.50

Stamp Set:
Snowflake Soiree #127922 $29.95 or #127925 $21.95
Curly Cute #117014 $19.95 or #120510 $14.95

Brayer #102395 $12.50
Early Espresso Baker’s Twine #123124 $2.95
Pearl Basic Jewels #119247 $4.95

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!

6 thoughts on “Stampin’ Up! Snowflake Soiree

  1. Nancy Seed says:

    Love the colours. Even though they are not Traditional Christmas colours the effect shows very nicely. Thanks also for the video. I have never tried this technique before. Great job.

  2. Mary Jo Price-Williams says:

    Such an amazing look–love those colors. Love this technique–kind of forgot about it though. Thanks for showing it again. It is fabulous with that glitter paper added! You can almost feel the chill of the snow but the colors make you feel warm. Weird! Love it.

  3. Karen Howard says:

    Beautiful card and I love the ghosting technique as well. The papers all work beautifully together.

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