Tuesday, December 9, 2014
Just a few flake
The centerpiece is two snowflakes, one cut from snippets of vellum, the other white cardstock, layered on a dark blue square. (The die is a little Sizzix one I picked up at the craft consignment sale, and truth is it's seen better days.) Behind that are four squares of my favorite snowflake paper (also snippets, I'm down to just a little of that pattern).
The sketch here is from Catch the Bug; I finished the card with some snowflake ribbon and a sentiment in Night of Navy.
I'm playing in these challenges:
Clear it Out -- blues and ribbon
Crafty Ribbon -- monochromatic Christmas
C.R.A.F.T #288 -- Christmas
Catch the Bug -- Holiday Chaos sketch
Die Cut Divas -- Snow/Christmas
Simon Says Wednesday -- Christmas
Pixie's Snippet Playground #154 -- use snippets
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