Gingham Snowflake Card



I went for sweetly simple on this card.The blue panel was run through my Big Shot (love that machine!) with the Dreamweaver Stencil's "Gothic Snowflake", and white ink was brushed over the surface to highlight the embossing and give it a frosty look. The gingham paper has this same brushed white look to it, so I used that at the bottom of the card and in a corrugated strip under the focal panel. Several buttons, a punched border, and one rhinestone complete this card. Happy holiday stenciling!
Pam
"Gothic Snowflake" from Dreamweaver Stencils (LL396)
Frost White ColorBox ink from Clearsnap
Bazzill Bling Blue cardstock
white cardstock
gingham paper from Sonburn
buttons, rhinestone
Big Shot, corner rounder, EK Edger Punch
double-sided foam adhesive

Comments

Pretty card ! love the buttons, greetings, martina
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sommrstamping said…
Pam I love this and I love simple. I really love the way you used the buttons. Keep up the fabulous work.
This is a wonderful card! The gingham and buttons are so not what you'd expect on a winter card and yet they are perfect.

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