Welcome to the Stamp Review Crew's Snowflake Wishes edition! The "Crew" is made up of a group of Stampin' Up! demonstrators from around the world who pick a stamp set or bundle to highlight on the first and third Mondays of each month, with a bonus hop if there is a fifth Monday. If you landed here from Mike's blog, Stampin-Style, welcome! Everybody is busy with last minute holiday preps, so there are only three of us today, which makes for a very quick hop!
Snowflake Wishes is a seventeen piece photopolymer set with the coordinating So Many Snowflakes Dies consisting of eight pieces. They will be carried over, but you won't be able to bundle and save 10% after January 4th!
I have three cards with non-traditional colors to share, so I'll start with the really non-traditional colors first. I used a sponge dauber to ink the snowflakes with Mango Melody and Flirty Flamingo, then cut a banner and added a smaller Mango Melody banner behind.
After stapling on the white ribbon, some Champagne Rhinestones were added. Then the whole thing was adhered to the stamped and Winter Snow-embossed background. Quick and easy, and would look great with other unusual color combos!
The next card is monochromatic Pretty Peacock. The snowflakes were heat embossed in white and Pretty Peacock ink was sponged around the edges before adhering it to a white mat and onto the card base.
Some Coastal Cabana Holiday Rhinestones were added to bling it up a bit. (Personally, I think those rhinestones look more like Pool Party, LOL.) Whatever you call them, they coordinate beautifully with Pretty Peacock.
The last card is another monochrome tone-on-tone, but this time it's Flirty Flamingo! After randomly stamping snowflakes in VersaMark ink, I used the largest snowflake die to cut the design then popped the front up on dimensionals on the card base.
A punched greeting, a few snowflakes from the Love You Always Foil Sheets (coming in two weeks!) and some rhinestones colored with a Flirty Flamingo Stampin' Blend completed the card
That's my share for today, so jump on over to see what Jay at Mitosu Crafts has made!