For the first one I stamped small snowflakes all over the glossy paper, then sponged on tumbled glass distress ink. After heating to make sure it was dried, I stamped a large snowflake several times and sponged over faded jeans distress ink, again heating to dry it. Then I overstamped the script here and there in faded jeans. The trees were white embossed on white glossy cardstock, sponged with peeled paint distress ink and then dipped in glitter.
Supplies: white glossy and matte paper, Hero Arts CG100 Snowflake Circle, CL234 Winter's Butterfly (large snowflake), LP123 Artistic Windows, CL459 Merry Christmas Trees, CL343 Holiday Sayings, versamark, tumbled glass, faded jeans, peeled paint distress inks, prisma glitter, punched snowflake
On this one I tried the same technique and did 3 layers, using the flourish background and tumbled glass for the first layer, the same big snowflake and faded jeans for the second, and a couple smaller snowflakes and dusty concord ink for the third layer. I popped the negative image of a diecut snowflake (overstamped with script) over a blue cardstock square, and centered that over the inked background.
Supplies: white glossy and blue cardstocks, Hero Arts CG119 Flourish Background, CL234 Winter's Butterfly, CL462 Magic of Christmas (smaller snowflakes), CL460 Joy to All (sentiment),S4878 Old Letter Writing, versamark, tumbled glass, faded jeans, dusty concord distress inks, sizzix snowflake die, snowflake punch, button, embroidry thread