How many snowflake sets does a girl need? ALL OF THEM!!! Well, not really!! I just love a pretty, anatomically correct snowflake (the kind with six points). AND I really tried to resist this set, but it started calling to me. Also, I didn't realize that if you layered a greeting on top of it, the snowflake looks more like a scrolled emblem. Very cool!
All the supplies you'll need for this project are available for purchase HERE!
Today's CASE is brought to you from page 36 of the 2016 Holiday Catalog. Catalina and I are co-conspirators in CASE-ing. To check out Catalina's CASE-ing Tuesday card see HERE!
Would you like to CASE along with us? Join our CASE-ing Tuesday Facebook Group and you will be able to share your card with us. I hope you will join us.
What is CASE-ing? The acronym CASE stands for Copy And Share Everything. When you CASE you can change nothing, a few things, or sometimes the card you are CASE-ing turns out looking completely different than the original.
The background paper is the Fancy Frost Specialty Paper. The banner is a 2" wide strip of colored card stock punched with the Banner Triple punch and then cut down to 4-3/4" length. The largest snowflake is stamped and cut out with the largest layering circle framelits. The greeting is stamped on a 3-1/4" x 3/4" piece of Whisper White card stock.
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