18 December 2014

Snowflake

Hello there, today I have my mass produced cards to share with you; well, eleven cards is hardly mass producing is it but you know what I mean! I make a bunch of cards every year the same to give to friends. This year I went very simple and made little 4x4" cards with the star of the show being the gorgeous Clearly Besotted snowflake.


For my cards, I first made all of the card bases from Bazzill Marshmallow Card Shoppe CS. I then took one of the SSS Stitched Square dies and cut all of these from the same cardstock. This was added to the card base with my ATG. I then ran the largest of the CB Snowflake Trio dies through my Cuttlebug using Stampin' Up Glimmer Paper and added these to the cards.


To finish off I added a Doodlebug Sprinkle to the centre of the snowflake using Multi Medium Matte (to give extra adhesion to the glitter paper). I finished off by stamping a sentiment in the inside.

 
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6 comments:

  1. LOVE the simplicity and the snowflake is gorgeous. I find it easier to mass produce once I come up with a design I really like. While the snowflake is one of my favourite images, I don't miss the cold weather they bring! I prefer to stamp them :). Dotty

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  2. These cards are simply stunning Michelle. Normally I don't make more than three similar and never two the same but this year I did and it took the stress away so I'm going to do the same next year, leaves more time to eat mince pies and that can't be bad. Have a lovely christmas and can't wait to see your creations next year. Hugs, Amanda x

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  3. Lovely cards, simple, but so effective. Karen x

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  4. I love these snow flakes I have used them lots x

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  5. I have to do mass produced but have a boredom factor so tend to make 10/15 of a card then design another - I have to make about 150 so anything that is quick is always a plus at this time of year !Happy Christmas

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