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Congrats to Sylvia Blum (aka ~Fee~) the Featured Stamper on Splitcoast (FS307)! Such a fabulous gallery! After much browsing, I chose her beautiful Warm Winter Wishes to case. I kept a lot of the original because I loved the layout, the colors and snowflakes. But I changed the images, left off the scallop border and added glittery embossing instead of the pearl flourishes.

Julie Warner -

The images are all from Our Daily Bread designs. On the large ivory background, I stamped the Snowflake Bg w/ the celadon ink and embossed it w/ the stardust embossing powder. Then I sponged it pretty much all over using the soft vanilla ink and the sponged the edges w/ the teal ink. On the textured teal designer paper, I stamped the individual snowflakes (Sparkling Snowflakes) in VersaMark and embossed w/ the same powder and sponged w/ the same two colors of inks. The snowflakes were stamped again on ivory w/ the celadon ink, embossed and die cut (the larger ones have matching dies) and the two smaller ones were fussy cut, layered on top of each other w/ a rhinestone brad inserted thru the middle. The sentiment was also embossed, die cut & sponged w/ the die in place. I couldn’t find my seam tape for the ribbon like Sylvia used, so I used some hem tape and colored it w/ Copics and the teal ink. I also used a Copic marker to color the rhinestone in the brad.

Merry Christmas and thanks so much for stopping by! Congrats again, Sylvia, and enjoy your week!


Stamps: Our Daily Bread designs Sparkling Snowflakes, Snowflake Background, Cardinal Ornament (sentiment)
Paper: ivory, textured dp (Paper Studio Old World Christmas)
Ink: Colorbox celadon pigment, VersaMark, Memento teal, Memories soft vanilla
Accessories: stardust embossing powder, ODBD/Spellbinders snowflake dies, hem tape, Copics, rhinestone brad, Spellbinders scallop circle die
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