CTC246 – Feels Like Frost

Well it’s that time of week again.  Time for this week’s design team blog hop using the Feels like Frost DSP and the colours in it.  Whether you have hopped on over from Rebecca’s project or starting here, I hope you get lots of inspiration.

For my first card I decided to use the Feels Like Frost DSP as my picture inside my shaker card.  As I only have the Shaker Domes, and not the stamp set & dies, I used the layering circle dies to cut out the shape around the dome and added the banner at the bottom from the Stitched Labels Dies.

I layered the Shaker Dome onto the Purple Posy In Color DSP.  Inside the dome I have used the Ice Stampin’ Glitter and the Snowflake Sequins.

For my second card I decided to use the DSP to make a birthday card by layering the DSP onto the Highland Heather card base.  The sentiment comes from the Beautiful Day stamp set and was cut out using the Stitched Nested Dies.

I added some green under the sentiment by adding the leaves from the Rooted in Nature stamp set and cut out using the matching dies and the sprigs from the Christmas Layers Dies in Purple Posy which I then added Shimmery Crystal Effects too.  It is hard to get a photo to show the shimmer though.

I’m looking forward to seeing all of the creations that the rest of the team has come up with. Next up on the hop is Julia, so make sure you keep hopping around to have a look at all of them.

We’d love to see what you create using this beautiful DSP or the colours from it, so make sure you click on the image below and share your creation on our Facebook page.

Until next time, happy stamping

Michelle

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6 comments

  1. Very clever way to hide the shape with the label when you don’t have the matching dies- I hadn’t thought of that, but I love it, beautiful card

  2. That first card is stunning and a very clever way to still make a dome/shaker card without investing in the whole set. Great idea! And I think that Highland Heather DSP makes for a perfect birthday card. 🙂 Siobhan.

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