Sunday, November 24, 2019

Snowflake Die Made Ornament

I made a couple cards using the new Simon Says Stamp Marie Snowflake die from the Cheer and Joy release...
 I LOVE making snowflake die cuts into ornaments!!  I made a Christmas card for a friend several years ago, with a snowflake on it, and the recipient took the snowflake off the card and hung it on her tree!  So, since then, I make at least some of my Christmas cards with snowflakes on them having strings, that can be used as tree ornaments!!  I layered the first card with 4 layers of flakes, two on one side, two for the other side.  I adhered the two layers together and sprayed glue on(very old and didn't spray well, so no name given), and then covered with Wow white, very fine glitter.  I adhered to a panel stamped with a bunch of snowflakes and die cut with a stitched rectangle die.   I added the Simon Merry sentiment die cut, layered, and covered with the same glitter.  Here's a close up of the flake and it's glitter...
...and another 
 I took the flake off the card (held on with a glue dot), and hung it on a tree I found in a store, to show you what it looks like 😊!...
 The second card, not made as an ornament, but using the same die...
 I die cut and layered the flake, added a puffy stick on heart.  I used a CZ Design sentiment combo from her Clean Line stamp set.  I used a stitched strip from an older Simon gift card die set and an old embossing folder for the snow( I SO wish they still made this folder, I have made some much loved cards with it!!).  Here's a close up...
Ok...more tomorrow😊😊!!  Hope you're having a fun day!!
Thanks for visiting me today!! Hugs!! Lisa

6 comments:

  1. I love snowflakes and this one is gorgeous;
    so is the idea of it being a decoration too!

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  2. Another stunning card!! I have so many of yours pinned!

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  3. Another beautiful snowflake, Lisa. They just never get old. What a great idea to use a Christmas card to give an ornament. I always smile when you use a Christmas tree in a store for your backdrop. Great inspiration!

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