Good morning everyone. Hope this finds you bright eyed and bushy tailed (or as near as you can get).
Thank you for your comments on my last card. I really enjoyed making it as the scraper foil board really is lovely to work with. I now stock it on my website if anyone is interested.
Now, on today's card, I have also used a few items available on my website, namely the Starry Night die, the snowflake die set (now back in stock), double sided sticky sheet and the "snow".
White, peacock blue pearlised and silver mirror card
Double sided sticky sheet - as used by John Lockwood (available on my website)
Starry Night die (available on my website)
Snowflake die set (back in stock on my website)
Snow (a few bags left on my website)
I cut the Starry Night die 4 times and cut the border edge off each of the die cuts. I then used the cuts to form a frame on some double sided sticky sheet with the reverse stuck down on to white card.
I then added the bottom snowflake to the sticky sheet and then sprinkled with a mixture of "snow" and iridescent glitter. You can see a little bit of the sparkle on the above snap.
This is an A5 card but you could trim the die cuts smaller to make a smaller frame. Its also not just a Christmas die as you could have stars on a birthday or thank you card.
The Christmas pile is getting a little taller, thankfully, so I hope I won't be rushing last minute this year...............who am I kidding lol!!!
The remnants of the cold are still lurking but its nearly gone. I did see Mr L for a very lovely breakfast last Thursday and then met a friend (since school days) for an early tea on Friday so at least its been nice getting out socially again.
I did have fun with the "snow". I had tapped all the excess from the card onto a piece of card I use for glitter, embossing powder etc and then promptly sneezed!!!
I have been finding the stuff for days lol!!! I think its a bit like sand.......finds its way into all nooks and crannies hahaha!!!
On that note, I shall bid you a happy Sunday and hope the storm that's heading this way doesn't affect you.