Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Snowflake Swirls

 Swirling snowflakes are something I'm not quite ready to see outside my window, but the forecast is for that to happen sometime this week here in Kansas.  The good news for me is that I'll be in sunny Florida so I think I'll miss out on that snowfall.  I'll just see my snow on these cards I'm making for now.

The Petal Promenade DSP has gorgeous marble designs on one side.  It was the perfect background for my swirling blizzard of snow.  It even creates a gorgeous card interior to tie the outside and inside of card.  My snowflakes were created with both the silver foil and limited White Velvet Paper.  I thought it looked like realistic  snowflakes falling.

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  1. Very pretty! It looks like marble. I hope you did miss the snow because it was a crazy storm! Thank you so much for joining the Paper Craft Crew this week!

    1. I did mostly miss the snow. As we flew home, we could see it covering the landscape as we landed. Super pumped to have missed that one. :)