Thursday, August 9, 2012

Snowflake Layered Stamping - and blog candy

I have been fascinated by all the layered or tiered stamping cards that are popping up on blogs and pinterest - so I thought I would try one. I couldn't find a tutorial for the one I had in mind so I just "winged" it. Because I am having a class on this next month I will not be doing a tutorial until later - if you would like one. Make a comment on my blog about the card, or if you wish a tutorial- by Saturday noon and you could win a free pass to Stampin' Fun and Friends which starts in about a week (August 15).
This is a fantastic site with some very talented designers.  For $20.00 you get 20 projects - that's a dollar a project!  Check the badge in the side bar of my blog.
 I have been fortunate enough to be a designer for this site.
 If you would like to register for this event visit CherylAnn's blog: here  Payment can be made via Paypal.
But make a comment on my blog about the card I am about to post and I will select and announce the winner by Saturday noon - and you could possibly win a free pass.

Here is the card:

Stamp: Serene Soiree
Inks:  Baja Breeze, Midnight Muse
Papers: Midnight Muse, Whisper White, Silver glimmer paper
Accessories: Snowflake die, Vintage faceted button, Linen thread, glue dots, small scallop circle punch.

8 comments:

sherryd said...

I would love to win a chance to join your Stampin Fun Class. Sounds like a lot of fun. I love this card.

Theresa said...

I have seen a lot of these cards posted recently and your ranks right up there with the best of them.

Shannon Angel said...

Very Pretty. I love the addition of the glitter snow flake.

Anonymous said...

Love this with snowflakes! Have made a couple with a floral stamp but the snowflake and glitter make it really shine. Thanks for the chance to win.

Kathy

Jans Stamping Jems said...

I love your card and look forward to your tutorial! Great job - thanks for sharing.

tania said...

I would love to win the class! You make beautiful cards, and this one is no exception. I'd seen the technique before, and sometimes I like it better than others. Yours is perfect - excellent stamp choice and colours.

Debbie Flattum said...

Beautiful card...I love the blues for Christmas. This is a wonderful technique. You did good!!! Thanks for the chance to win a free pass to Stampin' Fun and Friends.

Linda L said...

Started to try my hand at this technique...and quess what stamp set I pulled to try it with....yep, you quessed it...two great minds..LOL...would love to win the class...thanks for the opportunity!

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