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10/20/2016

Thu 20

Snowflake turquoise card
by Ilona Zbieg

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Hi all  Poppystamps fans,

Today I prepared for you Christmas cards in turquise colors. I cut white background with a 1651 Pickering Snowflake Background craft die. I stuck them on the turquise background to have a nice contrast. Single snowflakes are cut from another die called Pickering Snowflakes and cut from glitter paper. The text and a bauble background are cut from glitter paper as well to make card shiny. I used a cotton to 'hang' my baulbe on the card. At the end I added some sequins 

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Thanks for visiting with me today!

 

 

Ilona Signature copy

 

Comments

You sure nailed this composition, Ilona! I've never thought of breaking up a cover-plate die by covering parts with different colors. Those two dark glittered snowflakes, that form a triad with the ornament, are brilliant. Thanks for sharing this beauty, and for showing me a new way to consider my compositions. You are an inspiration.

Wow!! This is Pretty!!

Hi Ilona, This card is so pretty, I'm loving the turquoise colour, very fresh-looking, and the die-cuts are gorgeous.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Stunning!

that is so pretty, love the aqua colors with it, pretty gems too!

This is just beautiful. I love those snowflakes on the aqua. Great colors for a Christmas card.

Great card with pretty colors!!!!

Love the turquoise and white of this fancy card!! Great die cuts all together!

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