Sunday, December 15, 2013

Embossed Snowflakes Cards

I've been enjoying using heat embossing in my stamping recently. It's fun to revisit techniques you learned and kind of moved away from. When I saw this beauty of a card on Wizard's Hangout, I knew I wanted to play, too! I liked it in blue and decided it was so much fun, I wanted to try in pinks, too.

Oh, Wow!

I think these are about my most favorite cards so far this season. 
I'm so glad I saw the idea and was able to play.
Please follow the link above for great steps on how to create this look for yourself.

Stamps Used:
Merry and Bright
Frosted set from the workshop in the CTMH 2013 Fall/Winter Idea Book

Outdoor Denim, Sky, Twilight,
Vineyard Berry, Hollyhock, Blush

Thanks so much for stopping by.
I hope you have a lovely day.


Alanna said...

WOW Jeanne, these are both beauties. The technique turned out beautifully.

Laurel said...

Gorgeous cards!

Sharli Schaitberger said...

How awesome!! I love all the shades of color and your snowflakes are so pretty ! Excellent!

KayM said...

Oooooooh I do love snowflakes!! And these are both just gorgeous!! I love the embossing and I hear you about trying some of the older techniques again. I haven't embossed anything in ages, and I used to love that! I love the two different color versions here! Such lovely work!!

mE said...

oh my goodness, these are gorgeous! I absolutely love them! :)

Joni nina Andaya said...

Goodness Jeanne! Your cards are so Gorgeous! I discover your creations from Alana's blog.

Barb said...

Well these are just jaw dropping gorgeous! And that pink one is SIMPLY LOVELY in real life...I ought to know, it's sitting on my fireplace mantle...THANK YOU so much, Jeanne for thinking of me! Your embossing and stamping on these is just perfect and the color combos can't be beat! I love mine and plan to display it all Winter. Thanks again and Merry Christmas!


Inkyfingers said...

Wow, these are so lovely. I thought they were using design paper at first glance but your stamping and embossing is beautiful!