Wednesday, 11 April 2018

Snowflake Lace

I have a Christmas card to share today that I found recently in the 'bargain bin' of a lovely little craft shop...it's called 'Snowflake Lace' by Indigo Blu. I stamped it using Versamark Ink, then added a few different shades of blue WOW embossing glitter to create an ombre effect...starting from the top: Vintage Peacock, Midnight Dream & Silent Night. I added a stamped sentiment (from the 'Merriest Wishes' set by Hero Arts), heat embossed it using clear embossing powder, and lightly distressed the edges.


Challenges for this card:


9 comments:

Diane Louise J said...

Hello Helen…. You have made a beautiful Christmas card, using a gorgeous snowflake stamp. Thanks for entering it into the ‘Favourite Colour’ challenge at Crafty Friends Challenge Blog. Good luck in the draw and hope you can join us again for our next challenge.
Diane Louise
[Team Leader for Crafty Friends Challenge Blog]

Lisa xx said...

This looks beautiful Helen, the blend of shades looks stunning

Thank you for joining us at the Crafty Friends challenge

Tracey T said...

What a lovely, stylish card. Love the ombre embossing. Thank you for playing at Christmas at Sweet Stampin'. Tracey

The Red Mullet Band said...

Lovely card!!!
Thanks for joining us at Corrosive Challenge blog.
Ana Isabel DT Coordinator.

Ela said...

Wonderful iceflakes in this blue colour. Hope you join us again next time at Crafty Friends Challenge Blog. Creative hugs Ela *DT Crafty Friends Challenge Blog*

Susan Renshaw said...

This is lovely Helen!
Thank you for sharing with Crafty Hazelnut's Weekly Christmas Challenge!
Susan
DT for CHNC
Calling All Crafters! – My personal Blog!

Stephanie Lanzalotto said...

Love the gradient color in those gorgeous snowflakes. Thanks so much for playing with us at Happy Little Stampers April Christmas Challenge.

Laura ElleBi said...

Love it!
Thanks for joining Crafty Friends
DT Laura

Theresa Pace said...

great CAS card. i do love that stamp; i think i have it too. thank you for sharing it with us at TTCRD and good luck, Theresa xx