Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Silver Dipped Die Cuts

Hope everyone in Canada enjoyed their Thanksgiving weekend. Great food, beautiful weather and family time - can't get any better than that.

I decided to play along with PTI's Make It Monday this week. You can check out Danielle Flanders video here on adding dipped die cuts to your project. I dipped my die cuts in  silver and used the latest sketch at CAS(E) this Sketch for my card design.

I stamped some white CS with Polka Dot Basics and die cut my snowflakes from that as well as vellum. I dipped the edges of my snowflakes in silver embossing powder and layered these over the vellum snowflakes - you can see the vellum a little better in the closeup. The sentiment is from Tremendous Treats Christmas which I also embossed in silver.





Supplies:
Stamps - Tremendous Treats Christmas, Polka Dot Basics (PTI)
Dies - Fancy Flakes (PTI)
Paper - Neena Solar White CS, Everyday Moments (Teresa Collins), Vellum
Ink - Sky (CTMH), Versa Mark, silver EP

Other - Silver Glitter strip

12 comments:

  1. Connie this is adorable I just love those snowflakes.

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  2. Oh, these are gorgeous! Fabulous take on the sketch!

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  3. Pretty! I love silver too, some of my projects for tomorrow use silver instead of gold. Both shiny enough for me! Ha!
    Danielle

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  4. This is really pretty! Lovely Christmas card!

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  5. I just LOVE the rich silver against the blue!
    Beautiful!

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  6. SO pretty and congratulations on the shout out from PTI! Well done! :0)

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  7. Simply gorgeous Connie! The silver dipped snowflakes look fabulous!

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  8. This is soooo pretty! Great card!

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  9. Beautiful interpretation of the sketch!

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  10. Lovely card! The dipped snowflakes are beautiful and such a nice contrast with the blue paper.

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  11. love the embossing around the edges of the snowflakes. very pretty card! thanks so much for joining us this week at CAS(E) This Sketch!

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