I have a memory from when I was 12 years old or so, and my Mom and I walked home from a Girl Scout meeting at night. It was a long walk, and the snow was coming down fast, so there were no cars out and I remember the quiet and the sparkly flakes when we'd be near lights. It was one of those wet snows where the branches of trees get coated with white and everything looks brand new. Hopefully this card reflects that feeling.
supplies: white and white glitter cardstock, vellum, Hero Arts Hand Drawn Snowflakes cling stamp, white embossing powder, distress oxide inks and water, Penny Black Snowflake Trio, Birch Press Design Let it Snow dies, silver sequins
I made a galaxy background with my oxide inks, adding some white splatters, and when completely dry, I overstamped and white embossed these lovely flakes. Then I simply added my sentiment and a snowflake cut from white glitter card, and some silver sequins. To make the sentiment stand out better, I first added it to a strip of vellum, which helps lift the sentiment up a bit and away from the card front.
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