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Saturday, 12 November 2016


I had to have this die after seeing a card somewhere made with it and then when I got it had no idea what to do with it.  I've also been searching everywhere for a Tonic snowflake die with no success, now been told direct by Tonic it won't be available again until next winter. Anyhow while searching about I found this cuttlebug die which I had totally forgotten about, used double sided sticky paper to cut it out and then applied glitter, I've been using JonesTones glitter recently and it is so beautiful in real life, doesn't show to advantage on here. The background embossing folder which was a freebie from a magazine was inked with memento summer blue ink. I really must settle down and start producing more Christmas cards as I am not even halfway to what I need. I'd like to enter my card on these challenges
Unicorn Challenge - snow?snowflakes
and Cardz4 galz - contemporary Christmas 


  1. Lovely creation Joan, puts me in mind of some rather famouse china. Have a good Sunday.

    B x

  2. A gorgeous combination of Embossing and die cutting, it makes a wonderful card.

    Sue xx

  3. So beautiful Joan, and the dies are really lovely, fabulous EF, looks really pretty
    Hugs Babs

  4. Beautiful card! Thanks for joining us at Unicorn, Claire DT x

  5. Beautiful and elegant Joan...thank you for sharing with us at Fussy and Fancy!! good luck to you!
    Take care,

  6. Beautiful card, this is one of my favourite snow flakes dies too. Thank you for sharing your creativity with us at Fussy and Fancy.
    Crafty Cuddles Jay xx

  7. Ooh! This is a stunning card, I love all of the elements, thanks for the description of each. Thank you for joining us for our Contemporary Christmas challenge at Cardz 4 Galz Caz DT.


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