Peaceful Season Stamp Set and THREES!

Catherine Christmas, Projects

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     I'm excited to be the Guest Designer at Tuesday Throwdown this week! 

Their challenge today is THREES.  I decided to whip out my new Northern Flurries Big Shot Die and add 3 gorgeous glittery snowflakes!  I've been using these gems a lot lately.  I used them on this card , too, and got an entirely different look!

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The Petals-a-plenty Embossing Folder added interest to the background and the Top Note Big Shot Die made a perfect layer for stamping my greeting on. 

A little Jolly Holiday Designer Series Paper and Certainly Celery Tafetta Ribbon really topped the card off and tied all the colors together.  I really like how this card came out and I am thinking about doing a simplified version of it for my upcoming Christmas Card Crank.  If you're in the Raleigh-Durham area, be sure to register soon!

STAMPIN' UP SUPPLIES:

  • Peaceful Season Hostess Stamp Set
  • STAMPIN' UP INK PADS:  119669 Cherry Cobbler
  • STAMPIN' UP CARDSTOCK: 119685 Cherry Cobbler, 100702 Old Olive,101650 Very Vanilla
  • STAMPIN' UP ACCESSORIES: 113144 Clear Rhinestone Brads, 119963 Certainly Celery Taffeta Ribbon, 119882 Scallop Trim Border Punch,104430 Stampin' Dimensionals, 117159 Jolly Holiday Designer Paper, 102023 Dazzling Diamonds Glitter, 113463 Top Note Big Shot Die, 120901 Northern Frost Decorative Strip Big Shot Die, 116824 Petals-a-Plenty Embossing Folder, 113439 Big Shot

 

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If you would like to purchase the products to make this card, or other Stampin’ Up supplies, Click Here!

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This also fits the Pile it On and Craftalicious Challenges.

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