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Diamond Snowflake
by Candice Crawford

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Hey crafty friends, hope you are all having a wonderful day. Candice here on the blog sharing a very clean and simple winter card using the Diamond Snowflake die.  If you like clean and simple easy to make and mass produce cards, you will love today's card share. 

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The supplies you need to make this card include the Diamond Snowflake die, the scalloped stitch frames die and the wintertime sentiments stamp set. For cardstock I am using Navy blue, white and silver glittered cardstock. 

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To acheived the blue and white inlaid look, you will need to die cut the navy blue and white cardstock each from both the scallop stich frames die. Then paper piece the A2 size frame back together using alternating the colors and your favorite liquid glue.  Next die cut the snowflake background from white cardstock. Then diecut the snowflake intricate layer from silver glitter cardstock. Adhere the glitter snowflake layer to the top of the white snowflake background layer. 

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For added dimension, pop up the snowflake with some 3M foam tape. Lastly, stamp the sentiment, Let It Snow in Versamark ink and heat emboss it with white embossing powder. Adhere your completed card front to an A2 white cardbase with yor favorite adhesive. And there you have it. A clean and simple easy to make winter theme card. 

I hope you have enjoyed today's card share and found inspiration. Until next time....happy crafting. 

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Comments

Hi Candice, A beautiful CAS card and so effective.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

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