Stampin’ Up Soft Sea Foam Snow Is Glistening Christmas Card

Good Wednesday morning everyone.  Hope your week is moving right along

For my card today I was inspired by a wonderful team member Amy Koenders.  I loved her design so much I had to CASE it.  You can see Amy’s card here.  I used the Stampin’ Up Snow Is Glistening stamp set and Snowfall Thinlits Dies for my card.  These items are only available until November 30th.  Take a look.

I started with a small piece of Soft Sea Foam cardstock (unfortunately the soft sea foam doesn’t show up as well as I hoped in the pictures) and adhered a piece of Twinkle Twinkle Designer Series Paper to it using Snail.  I took another piece of Soft Sea Foam cardstock and ran it through my Big Shot using the Subtle Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder.  I adhered the embossed piece to a Soft Sea Foam mat using Multipurpose Liquid Glue.

I adhered the small piece with the DSP to the left side of the embossed panel using Multipurpose Liquid Glue.  I wrapped a piece of Silver & Whisper White Baker’s Twine around the card front twice and tied a bow.

I cut one of the snowflakes from Snowfall Thinlits Dies in Shimmery White cardstock and a smaller snowflake out in Silver Foil.  I adhered the Silver Foil snowflake to the Shimmery White snowflake using a Glue Dot.  I adhered the snowflakes to the card front using Multipurpose Liquid Glue and added a Clear Rhinestone Basic Jewel in the center of the snowflake.  I stamped one of the smaller snowflakes from the Snow Is Glistening stamp set in Soft Sea Foam Ink on a scrap piece of Whisper White cardstock.  I stamped the Joy over the snowflake in Shaded Spruce Ink and sprinkled it with my Clear Stampin’ Emboss Powder and heat set it with my Heat Tool.  I cut the sentiment out using my Big Shot and the circle from the Stitched Shaped Framelits Dies.  I adhered it to the card front using Stampin’ Dimensionals.  I adhered the card front to a Soft Sea Foam card base using Stampin’ Dimensionals.

On the inside on a panel of Whisper White cardstock, I stamped the sentiment from Snow Is Glistening stamp set in Shaded Spruce Ink in the center.  I stamped a couple of the snowflakes in Soft Sea Foam Ink around the sentiment.  I adhered the Whisper White panel to a Soft Sea Foam mat using Snail and adhered it to the Soft Sea Foam card base using Multipurpose Liquid Glue.

To finish my card I decorated a Medium Whisper White Envelope.  I stamped the front of the envelope with Soft Sea Foam snowflakes.  I adhered a piece of Twinkle Twinkle DSP to the envelope flap.

Thank you for stopping by my blog today,  I hope you liked my card.  I love cards with a lot of layers and this was one of my favorites to do.  I hope you will give it a try.  Happy Stamping.

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Happy Stamping, Karen!

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  • Soft Sea Foam Cardstock 4 1/4″ X 11″ (card base scored and folded at 5 1/2″),    2 – 3 3/4″ X 5″ (card front and inner liner mat), 3 5/8″ X 4 7/8″ (embossed layer),  2″ X 4 1/2″(small panel on card front)
  • Whisper White Cardstock 3 5/8″ X 4 7/8″ (inner liner)
  • Twinkle Twinkle Designer Series Paper 1 7/8″ X 4 3/8″
  • Shimmery White Cardstock small piece for snowflake
  • Silver Foil Sheet small piece of snowflake

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