8/9 Layering Stamped Images Using Festive Flurry with a How To Video


Before I begin with my card today, I wanted to remind you that My Paper Pumpkin is on special. Two months at 1/2 price when you use the promo code PUMPKINDEAL. I do a little "Happy Dance" when my little red box arrives each month with a Stampin' Up! project. It allows me to explore and create and even think "outside of the box!" That burst of creative energy is such a rush! This special ends August 31!! My link is right HERE.

And now on to the card!! I used the Stampin' Up! Festive Flurry stamp set featured in the Holiday Mini Catalog to create this awesome card. It's super quick to make because you don't have to cut layers of paper . . . you just stamp layers of images starting with Clear Block D!

Here is a close up that begins with Soft Sky on Clear Block D, then Pool Party on the largest snowflake topped over with Island Indigo on the next largest snowflake. Stamp you sentiment, add a little rhinestone bling and you are done! I have the step by step on my video below.

Thanks so much for your visit to my blog today. I truly appreciate you and wish you a wonderful weekend!

Stamps: Festive Flurry (WM 131778, CM 131781) Greetings of the Season (WM 128030 CM 128033)
Paper: Island Indigo (122923) Whisper White (100730)
Ink: Island Indigo (126986) Pool Party (126982) Soft Sky (131181)
Tools: Paper Piercing Tool for rhinestone placement (126189)
Accessories: Clear Mount Perfectly Placed Guides (121785) Clear Mount Block D (118485)
Clear Mount Block E (118484) Clear Mount Block F (118483) Clear Mount Block H (118490)
Embellishments: Basic Rhinestones (119246)
Adhesives: SNAIL (104332)

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Festive Flurry Stamp Set and Festive Flurry Framelit Dies Bundle saving you 15% (Wood Mount 133284, Clear Mount 133285)

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Texas JennyWren said…
Beautiful card, Kay!! I love your color combo. Very nice.
Diane Barnes said…
I really love the layered effect you've created without adding bulk. Really fantastic card. Thanks for sharing.
Inky wishes, Di