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Sunday, 25 May 2014

CAS(e) this sketch and LIM

Here is my third card that I made this weekend and it is for the challenge over at CAS(e) this sketch and when ever I saw it I thought of snowflakes.Original idea was to make silver embossed snowflakes but as you can see from this picture
 embossing is just not my thing I try it every now again and it never comes really sharp and clear as everyone else seems to ,so had to go back to the drawing board and went for... you guessed it Su Baja Breeze and Versa magic sea breeze inks.Then diecut two snowflakes ( and isn't that handy as the Less is More challenge is asking for diecuts) and covered them in 'snow glitter' - thats what the kids in the work call it ,and it suits it perfectly I think-  added some gems and there you have first Christmas card of the year done!
Oops forgot to say that the fan stamps are by Uniko Stamps.

Really a simple make, so pretty sure that this one will be the one that I will be doing in numbers .

Thanks for looking and I know I have been a very lax commenter (is that a word???) of late but as I appreciateall your comments will promise I will be better in the future.


  1. Those colours are perfect for the snowflakes Jenni. Not sure what's happening with the embossing, the sentiment looks ok. Xx

  2. These are really sweet cards, beautifully delicate looking!
    Thanks so much
    "Less is More"

  3. Such a pretty card, so elegant :-)

    Beth xx

  4. Fabulous Jenni, is that Uniko Studio stamps sneaking in there. Love that set.
    Great use of the dies and a stunning colour scheme
    Thanks for taking part.
    Less is More

  5. Oh, these are both so pretty! Wonderful takes on the sketch!

  6. Jenni these are both so pretty, fab take on the challenge
    Thanks so much for joining LIM this week
    Less is More Designer

  7. Beautiful card - I love all those pretty snowflakes:) xx

  8. Gorgeous snowflakes. Love them in the Baja Breeze. All comes together to make a special card. x

  9. You did a great job combining those two challenges, Jenni! I like how you ended up designing your card w/o the embossing. Re the embossing, I assume you use a "buddy" that powders the card and helps keep the splatters down? Also, another blogger once gave me the tip of covering a piece of cardboard with foil and laying my card on that before applying the heat, slowly, slowly. I think it helps a lot. (And yes, sweetie, I am one day older than you, hahahahahaha!) Hugs, Darnell


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