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Good Monday morning to you! Hope you had a good weekend! I had a fun class on Saturday! Lots of lovely ladies here to stamp, which I love!

I actually had TWO classes happening at the same time that day; my monthly WOW (Simply WOW) Class and my monthly Christmas Card Class. It's exhausting, but TONS of fun!

Today's card is a CASE (with my own tweaks of course!) of a card by Kirsteen Gill using the Festive Flurry Bundle from the Hoiday Catalog:

Festive flurry 1

Kirsteen's was bling-less, but I added the Rhinestones, and used the cut-out piece from the center of the snowflake to stamp the greeting.

I used Smoky Slate for the card base. I love that we now have a light gray color again. I love our Brushed Silver & Gold cardstocks, but they are a bit pricey to use as a card base. Smoky Slate is a perfect silvery-gray color that can ecomonically used as the card base when the illusion of shine is needed.

I used Shimmery White for the top layer and the snowflake cut-outs. It's just the perfect weight and shine for the snowflakes on this card!

To make this card quick & easy, we used pieces of Winter Frost Specialty Designer Paper inside the cut-out opening. Accented with Basic Jewel Rhinestones and stamped with a Petite Pairs greeting, this card is an easy WOW!

Festive flurry 2

Inside is also quick and easy: Smoky Slate-stamped Festive Flurry snowflakes and the corresponding phrase from Petite Pairs stamped in Island Indigo!

That's all for now! Until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! day!

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