Christmas Snowflakes

I just thought I would share one of my recent publications in the Australian Cardmaking, Stamping & Papercraft magazine.  You couldn’t believe the amount of glitter I had everywhere…  but isn’t that half the fun!  LOVE these chipboard snowflakes from Melissa Frances, they are so versatile, paint, glitter, paper the possibilities are endless!

Seasons Greetings
Happy Christmas
Joy
Merry Christmas

Supplies;  Paper:  A4 Whitecardstock & Hopsack, Scenic Route – Roxbury Whiting Street (Reverse – Blue), Fairland Street, White Vellum.  Ink:  VersaMagic – Oasis Green, Red Magic, VersaMark.  Accessories:   File Set, Sponges, White acrylic Paint, Stuck on You – Bonding Powder, Heat Gun, Martha Stewarts Glitter – Crystal & Garnet, Melissa Frances – Home for the Holidays – Chipboard Snowflakes, Chipboard Letters, Vintage Transfers, White Ribbon,  Craft Knife, DST, Liquid Glue, Glue Dots, Foam Dimensionals.

16 thoughts on “Christmas Snowflakes

  1. I love these cards Therese, and I don’t normally do glitter! The large snowflakes make excellent focal points and the colours are so modern 🙂
    Congrats on them being published.
    Jenny x

  2. Glitter makes me happy 🙂 Sometimes it’s just fantastic to get all messy & sparkly. These cards are all gorgeous – I love the idea of using the snowflake for the “O” in joy!

  3. I can imagine the amount of glitter–hee hee! Totally worth it, though! These are super fab, my friend! I LOVE the colors–such a nice twist on traditional Christmas colors. You make so many awesome cards…I can’t believe your cards don’t make up the entire mag! 🙂

  4. Fun glittery card Therese! I can only image the amount of glitter you had around (and were wearing for the next couple of days!) Very fun indeed and congrats on your publications.

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