Festive Flip

Here’s a new Label Thinlit card using Festive Flurries and Winter Frost Specialty paper to create a card.  I cased this design from one Shelli did on stage – but changed a few things to work with the supplies I had on hand.  The sentiment is Merry Little Christmas embossed in silver.

Something you should know about these Thinlit cards is that they can not handle heavy embellishments in the center of the card.  I originally used a snowflake Frosted Embellishment in the center of the snowflake and it was so heavy the card kept falling over!  Light and east with these  

Stamp sets – Merry Little Christmas, Festive Flurry
card stock – Shimmery White, Whisper White, Winter Frost DSP, Silver Glimmer
Ink – Versamark, Coastal Cabana
Etc – Thinlits Label die, silver embossing powder, Northern Flurry embossing folder, rhinestones. Adorning Accents Edgelit, Silver ribbon

Enjoy!  Hugs, Fran

Updated: August 4, 2013 — 12:16 pm

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  1. This is just gorgeous! Thank you!

  2. Thank you soo much! I want to use this card for my Nov Christmas class and was not getting a very clear picture of the card to case. I love all the pop n cuts you’ve designed and was soo excited to find out Karen gives classes in Spring which is only 3 hrs from me!! Yea!

  3. Lucky you!  I am green with envy

  4. Gorgeous card! thanks so much for sharing, and the tip about keeping things light! 🙂

  5. Thanks for the tips on the heavy embellishments, it’s good to know.

  6. Beautiful card! I love it! I just have a couple of questions for you- is the ink “Bermuda Bay” or “Coastal Cabana”? It seems darker than Coastal Cabana but that might be the lighting to. What did you do on the other side of the “swing”? Did you mirror the snowflake from the front side or do something different?

  7. Thanks!  The ink is Coastal Cabana – it does look darker in the photo.  The other side of the swing has my Merry Christmas greeting – but you could do another snowflake!  Hugs, Fran

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