This was a fun one!
I started by stamping and heat embossing some white snowflakes on top of white paper. Then, I ripped the paper in half on a diagonal, and added some Stickles for some glitter and accent. I also spritzed it with some Frost Shimmer Mist from Tsukineko. Then, I set that piece to the side to dry.
For the background, I cut a piece of white cardstock down to 5 1/4 x 4. I took my Shaded Lilac Mini Distress ink and laid down a light layer in the top right corner. Then, I added some Tumbled Glass and just a bit of Faded Jeans. I wanted to keep a very light but frosty look to the card. I also hit the background with some more Frost Shimmer Mist.
I then stamped and heat embossed the sentiment in white.
I adhered the angled snowflake panel with a little craft foam and foam squares to give it some dimension, and then adhered the whole thing on my white cardstock base. For a finishing touch, I added a Sizzix-cut heart and covered it with a little Glossy Accents.
I love how this card came together pretty quickly, so I made another one with the remaining snowflake embossed panel I had left over.
I'm linking this project up with:
Simon Says Stamp's Monday Challenge Blog!
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