I'm blessed to be posting on the Maja Design Blog today, which is perfect because I never use anything but Maja Design papers for my snowflakes. It stays intact despite the delicate nature of the die cuts, and is perfect for layering into these dimensional flakes. For this first card of the season I've chosen the fabulous Vintage Frost Basics Collection.
The base of the card is formed as usual, by distressing, layering, and stitching the design papers. I'm sticking with just two colors this time around, because soft blues and whites create a wonderful chilly feeling when used together.
There are no flowers this time (which rarely happens for me), but instead an arrangement of layered snowflakes topped off with a bit of white sand texture paste for a truly frosty finish. Icy branches and tiny snowballs enhance the frozen effect.
A little bow graces the corner, simply because I love them and feel like nothing is finished without one.
Below is a peek at the interior of the card.
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Other Products Used: Tim Holtz snowflake dies, foam pop up adhesive, clear buttons, floral iced branches and berries, Prima white sand texture paste, Tim Holtz sentiment stamp, archival ink, sewing machine, thread
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