Emboss Resist Serene Snowflakes

Two of my favorite challenges had the theme "blue" this week. Combine that with a look out the window, and it was pretty easy to come up with the inspiration for this card. We have a true Winter Wonderland going on today! It's very pretty, and so far manageable. Manageable because the wind isn't blowing. Yet. 

The two challenges this works for are Hand Stamped Sentiments and Stampin' Celebration.

My card base is Night of Navy. The background is Whisper White that I first stamped with 3 sizes of snowflakes from the Serene Snowflakes set with Versamark. After heat embossing with Clear Embossing Powder, I sponged ink over. Night of Navy on the largest, Marina Mist on the middle, and Bashful Blue on the smaller. I sponged the edge and any remaining bare space with Night of Navy. Around the center I tied a White Satin ribbon. The saying is from Upsy Daisy. It was stamped in Night of Navy on Whisper White, punched with the Wide Oval punch, and layered on a Night of Navy Decorative Label. I stamped a Bashful Blue Snowflake over the saying and added a Rhinestone Brad to the 'o'.

Hopefully it's stopping snowing soon so we can all get out to work and school tomorrow! Thanks for stopping by!!

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SU! Catalog items used: 115438 Serene Snowflakes * 111710 Upsy Daisy * 100867 Night of Navy Card Stock * 100730 Whisper White Card Stock * 102977 Night of Navy Classic Ink * 119668 Marina Mist Classic Ink * 105209 Bashful Blue Classic Ink * 119246 Basic Rhinestones * 114616 White Satin Ribbon * 101610 Stamping Sponges * 109130 Clear Embossing Powder * 100005 Heat Tool * 119859 Wide Oval Punch * 120907 Decorative Label Punch


Anonymous said...

What a beautiful card!!! Thank you so much for participating in Hand Stamp Sentiments!! We can't wait to see more!!

Krystal De Leeuw said...

Beautiful card Jennifer!! This technique looks so pretty with those lacy snowflakes. Love what you did with the sentiment. Thanks for playing with us at the SCIC!!

Unknown said...

Gorgeous!! I love that you used the emboss resist technique with the different colors sponged--it looks awesome. Thanks so much for playing along at Stampin' Celebration!