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10/18/2018

Thu 18

Seed Snowflake Spinner Card : Blog Blitz..
By Pam Simpson

Hello everyone, Pam here today..I am giving you a chance to win this beautiful "Seed Snowflake Outline Die" from Poppystamps dies Holiday 2018 Collection.

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Do you like the pretty colours and chunky look! on my Snowflake..like to know how I did this.

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1.Cut four snowflakes..glue two together..product you need..Clear ink pad..Stampendous Chunky "Shabby Blue Embossing Enamel" ..heat gun..   2. use the clear ink pad on the two snowflakes, sprinkle with the embossing enamel..3. this is the first coat, after heating with the heat gun..4. i decided I wanted it more white in the center so used "Shabby White" as shown.

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5..I have added three coats of enamel in total to each snowflake..each time adding clear ink and sprinkle with embossing enamel between coats.. 6..using invisible thread in the centre of two snowflake adhere together with pva glue..7.... white card size 6.1/4"  x 16.1.2 " ..score 6.1/2"   ..13".. Not sure what you call this card design! Tent fold with a stand.... using the second largest "Double Stitch Circle" in the middle as shown run through your die cutting machine...8.. cut a large circle.

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9.roughly colour the inner cut on the circle on the card..10.. Find the middle (I used my glass mat and marked with pencil) sticky tape to hold the thread..11. adhere the outer stitched circle..then decorated as shown ..inside and bottom I used  a snowflake emboosing folder....12..close up of the finished spinner snowflake..phew sorry for the long thread..

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Detail here you need to know.

The blog blitz runs from October 11-21. We'll be giving away a prize on every blog blitz post during this time. To enter to win you need to leave a comment on ONLY the posts that you wish to enter. To enter ALL the posts during the blog blitz you need to leave a comment on EACH ONE. One person will be chosen at random from each of the posts during the blog blitz. Only one prize per person per blog blitz. We use random number generator to select winners from comments. You have until midnight US EST October 23 to leave a comment on each and every post that you want to enter. Winners will announced on this blog on October 24. Good Luck! And LEAVE A COMMENT!! :)

Thank you for stopping by Pam 

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Comments

love this card
thank you for this tutorial.
marta

So beautifully detailed and gorgeous, Pam ... that showpiece snowflake is deliciously delicate ... the embossing adds such a great sense of texture! Anita :)

A fabulous card Pam, I love the design

What a lovely Xmas card!!! Beautiful background!!!

This is absolutely stunning Pam, thank you for your brilliant details of how you made the card and for the giveaway xx

Amazing! I'm so glad you included the tutorial fir making your gorgeous snowflake!!!

Amazing card! Lovely background. 🙂

So beautiful TFS Pam

Gorgeous card, I love the embossing powder that you used on the beautiful snowflake.

Very pretty card & snowflake die.

This is fabulous. I love the snowflake.

Snowflakes and snowmen are my two favorite. I have oodles of each but keep adding to my collection. Thank you for sharing this lovely card.

This is beautiful! I love the chunky look on those snowflakes!!

Very pretty. Love the sparkly snowflakes. Hugz

This card is gorgeous! And I love snow flakes!

HOW BEAUTIFUL, PAM!!!!!!!!!! What a WONDERFUL WAY to feature this Seed Snowflake Outline Die! I LOVE that it will shimmer & sparkle with the embossing enamel too!!!! EXCELLENT JOB!!!!!!!!! ;)

This is lovely and I appreciate all the work you put in to it!

This is spectacular, Pam. The snowflake is really gorgeous.

What a beautiful card!

This is just gorgeous and the sparkle is wonderful.

What a great spinner card! The snowflake is so fun.

Now this card looks like winter.....love it!

What a beautiful card and this snowflake die is terrific!

You're card is beautiful!

Love the idea of layering the snowflakes to make it thicker. Great idea!

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