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12 WEEKS OF CHRISTMAS – WEEK 9 – EMBOSSED VELLUM SNOWFLAKES!

For Week 9 of our 12 Weeks of Christmas series I am giving the Snowflake Showcase one last hoorah!  It is such a nice suite.  So sad that it is going.  So for today’s project I wanted to give embossing the snowflake dies a whirl.  I have seen a few cards with this idea recently.

On this card I thought I would emboss the snowflakes on Vellum cardstock.

I like how this turned out.  How great is it that you can emboss with your dies.  It gives the cards a whole different effect.

Have you tried embossing with your dies yet?  I did do it some weeks back and shared how to do it.  You can see that post -> HERE.

Just to remind you the layers when embossing I have added a graphic here for you to PIN.  I know I always forget and I have to look it up.

With vellum you need to be careful it doesn’t tear.  If you have a problem with that you can add a piece of scrap paper in between the card and the die.

The paper on the card above is from Under The Mistletoe Designer Series Paper.

I love that you can stamp the snowflakes from the Snow is Glistening stamp set and cut them with the Framelit dies from the Snowfall Thinlits or you can diecut the very detailed snowflakes straight from card or the Foil Sheets.  It’s very versatile.

I hope that you have got hold of this suite now as it ends today.  If you need to still grab it you have just a few hours left to grab it in my store -> HERE.

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Thanks for visiting me,

Jenny

 

 

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