I love the clean look of the Whisper White craft ink against the dark coloured card stock. My twelve-year-old son remarked that the inked edges reminded him of snow - he takes a keen interest in Stampin' Up and often gives me words of encouragement! The cards were very simple - even for me! - so I attached everything with dimensionals for added interest.
Here's how to make this card:
- Cut a 7.5cm square piece of Not Quite Navy card stock.
- Using Whisper White craft ink stamp a snowflake on it and add a sentiment below it.
- Sponge the edges of the card stock with the ink.
- Stamp another snowflake on a scrap of of Not Quite Navy card stock and punch out the centre with a 1" circle punch. Fix this on top of the first snowflake with a dimensional and add a large rhinestone to the centre.
- Attach the panel to a 9cm square Crumb Cake card blank.
Stamps: Serene Snowflakes, Contempo Christmas (sentiment)
Ink: Whisper White craft ink
Card stock: Not Quite Navy, Crumb Cake
Other: Basic Rhinestones
When I enjoy making a card, I often make it in other colours.This is what it looks like in Always Artichoke...
... and here it is in Cherry Cobbler.
There's an almost Shaker feel to these cards which I like.
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