Snowflakes with acetate

Hi everyone wow what a busy show it was last month and yes I have been that behind in doing my posts, Oops! Anyway I just loved all the stamp sets in the show I really couldn’t stop playing with them so I thought I’d do a few posts for you all with my makes.

To start with I think we will look at the Winter Snowflake set I think this is such a versatile stamp set that is used over and over on its own or to make snowy backgrounds.

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To start with I used some heat resistant acetate and stamped out 3 of the snowflakes with a veramark ink pad and heat embossed with a white embossing powder.

Cut a card blank to 6×5, cut a piece of silver mirror card to fit in to the card blank leaving a thin boarder and the same again with a piece of white card onto the mirror card.

 On the white card cut to fit onto the mirror card using two of the smallest size snowflakes randomly stamp them all over the card using a metallic silver brilliance ink pad.

Stamp the sentiment from the Merry little Christmas again with versamark and heat emboss with silver embossing powder.

Cut the sentiment into a banner shape and stick to silver mirror card and cut out the mirror card leaving a thin boarder.

Finally add the small snowflake to the top right-hand side and with the larger two, place a brad through the middle to keep the together and bend them slightly to give them some shape, glue next to the sentiment.

Laura x 

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