Friday, September 23, 2016

Snowflake Notecards

Do you even find a stamping supply laying on your desk and it suddenly inspires you to create a card?  That's what happened to me with the projects in this post.  

I have been trying to reorganize my craft room.  I have lots of retired stamping supplies laying around.  Instead of just saying, "Oh this is old.  Let me just shove this away in a corner", I have decided to pair the old with the new.  

The old supply I am using is the beautiful Something Borrowed embellishments.  These lovely silver tone and rhinestone embellishments have been sitting on my desk forever.  They were definitely a case of a product being too pretty to use.  I know that sounds ridiculous, but it's true!  I could not bring myself to use them because I thought that they were just too pretty.  Well now, I need to get them used up. 

These embellishments were originally geared towards wedding projects, but I think that they are fabulous when paired with snowflakes!  

Flurry of Wishes is my favorite snowflake stamp set!  (And with a coordinating punch, it is super easy to make great projects.)  To me, snowflakes sparkle just like these embellishments.

For some more stash busting, I made a matching envelope from some retired paper.  That's a great way to use up some DSP if you have a bit piled up and you want to make room for the latest and greatest paper.  Just use it to create beautiful envelopes.  

I couldn't resist making another card with a different color scheme. Can you tell that I love non-traditional colors for Christmas cards???  Love it!

Yeah, I made another matching envie with my envelope punch board. 

Check out these beauties together!

You could make several of these in different colors and bundle them up as a set!  What a nice gift to give someone to prepare for the holidays.

Cardstock Measurements:

Card base: 4" x 8"
First mat: 3-3/4" x 3-3/4"
Whisper White stamped panel: 3-1/4" x 3-1/4"
Ribbon: 5"

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1 comment:

  1. Love the card and idea of what to do with retired paper. After my retired sale I usually have some paper left but now I will start making sets with the retired things and try to sell them. I also have a card ministry at the church so could do the same thing there. Thanks for the inspiration. Have a blessed rest of the month and a fun Oct. which begins next week. Charlotte in Indiana

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