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11/27/2019

Wed 27

Stained Glass Snowflake Window.
By Pam Simpson

Hello Everyone, Pam here today..sharing a Christmas card, using this stunning Poppystamps. "Stained Glass Window Die" also in the collection the Stained Glass Snowflake and backer are the same size as the snowflake in this Window die.

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I used just the two dies.

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This is r the reverse of my die cut, I have used double sided tape to hold the waste in the shape. I could have used the backer snowflake!

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I have adhered the panel to Memory Box grey/white spot paper from "Dashing Holiday" paper pad.

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Trimmed paper so same size as  the panel, this I then adhered to red card to create a touch larger mat.

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I cut the snowflake from glitter gold square, the waste will be saved for a later project.

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Panel with glitter snowflake and glitter mat panel.

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Card base 6.1/2"x 5.1/2".I have used an of cut strip of red card, as shown. adhered snowflake panel.

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Cut apart the "Merry Christmas" removed the flourishes! best of both worlds this die.

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I decorated the snowflake with pearls..Not as light as this in real life!  another quick Christmas card.

Thank you for stopping by Pam x.

Pam Floral Signature copy

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Comments

Amazing card, great technique to enhance the amazing snowflakes!!Love that frame too!

Great idea!

Hi Pam, This snowflake stained glass die is beautiful, I adore the snowy background paper and I love the font on the Merry Christmas, your card is so pretty.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Lovely touch of shimmer in the snowflake and like the red spots!

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