Friday, November 22

Day 22 - Snowflakes

Snowflakes are beautiful, fragile, unique and something quintessentially Christmas - even here in Australia where we celebrate during the heat of summer!  There are lots of snowflake dies, stamps and punches available on the market, but it's not that hard to create your own version of a snowflake using items you already have in your stash.  The trick is to repeat the pattern around a central point, making about six "arms".  Frilly or swirly patterns seem to work best as they appear more fragile.

YOUR TURN: Create a card featuring snowflakes.
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Donna Ellis said...

Oh! HOW GORGEOUS! Beccy, I so enjoy your techniques and pretty artwork. Thanks for the inspiration today! hugs, de

Crafty Mamma Mia said...

Another stunning card Beccy! I love how the cool coloured DP and the clear gems lend a frosty air to your pretty snowflake. Simply gorgeous!
Helen x

Sewe said...

Love this card, I'm so getting myself a snowflake die before next Christmas :)

Pathy said...

Lovely card! Snowflakes bring joys for Christmas

Hugs from Brazil

Teresa said...

Very pretty!

Anonymous said...

Wow, absolutely beautiful.

Dorothy S said...

That is a gorgeous snowflake! Thanks for your comment - if you have not already looked, here is a link for the snowy stairs embossing folder. Sorry - the white on white does not show up well from my computer.

Ardilla said...

What an astunning snowflake!
I love snowflakes too, maybe because most of my life I celebrated in summer and now I have the snow in this season.
Ardilla :)

Donna said...

I love that your snowflake is so big and is the centerpiece of the card. Beautiful with the layers!

Melodie said...

Wowl, your card is really fantastic.

Tieva-Design said...

This card ist gorgeous! Wonderful snowflake!

Sammy said...

Oh this is a stunning card Beccy! x

Beccy said...

Thanks for the link Dorothy... it's a beautiful folder.

KT Fit Kitty said...

Beautiful - I love what you've done here.

D- said...

Your card is gorgeous. TFS.
Crafty hugs,

Ptarmigan Designz said...

I love snowflake cards. (you just have to look at the cards I've made this month to figure that out). Part of the reason I like them is that they make a nice generic card - useful for those of any religion (or non-religion) - at least for those of us who get snow at this time of year!

Unknown said...

Wow that card is so very beautiful
Like how the snow flaky came out
Thank for showing