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12/17/2019

Tue 17

Leafy Snowflake Frame
by Dana Kirby

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Hi Poppy Friends! I hope you all are doing well and finding time to be creative. I am stopping by today to share a set of cards that uses the Leafy Snowflake Frame. This is such a Gorgeous die!

I began my cards by die cutting the Snowflake Frame from white cardstock, soft blue cardstock, and silver glitter cardstock. Three quick passes through my die cutting machine and I had all the pieces cut to make three cards! 

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Next, I created my card bases. I cut my paper down to 3.75 inches by 7.5 inches and scored it in the middle (3.75 inches). I then attached my frames to my card bases and inlaid the snowflake and background die cut pieces directly onto my card base.

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I kept my cards small, I think they will be perfect to tie onto a gift or to use as a little hostess gift. You can follow my same technique and create a traditional sized card too. The size of this die lends itself to lots of possibilities! 

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Thanks for joining me today! I want to wish you all a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!! I will be back in January to share a Valentine project with you all.

Dana Floral Signature copy

 

 

 

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Comments

This leafy snowflake is just a delight and love all the sparkling!

Hi Dana, Beautiful cards, lots of 'bling', and great techniques, I love them !!
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Love the simple palettes on these, Merry Christmas to you!

Lovely job with the inlaid technique!

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