Christmas Snow

So, I took the day off yesterday.  I had the opportunity to attend an event my upline hosted for demonstrators.  It was a bit crazy, but lots of fun too.  So much creativity in one room.

Christmas Snow

This was my project to share and I got to make a whole bunch of others in return.  Yes, I made a lot of these, but it was worth it.

Christmas Snow

I tried to put “snow” on some of the tree branches, but wasn’t happy with these results.  For the event I went “snowless” but I want to get it sorted out with another product or two.  I have time, it is still August after all.  But you get the idea.

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Three of the products used here are in  the new seasonal catalog that goes live September 1st!  How exciting!

Have a creative day!


3 thoughts on “Christmas Snow

  1. I was happy to get your card in my swap bag yesterday; another good idea for my Woodland embossing folder! But I have a question: how did you get the gray ink on the background and in the crevices of the birch trees while leaving the trees white? When I made my card I did just the opposite, I sponged on the trees so the background and the crevices stayed ink-free.


    1. I used my brayer on the ink pad and rolled on the embossing folder on the background side. It worked better on the heavy white card stock worked better. A favorite technique for me.


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