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Hey there! Today's card was created with the Faux Diamond Dust technique with the Beautiful Blizzard stamp set and a sneak peek of  new stamps and dies that will only be available to order in November!

I stamped a white layer with the background stamps from Beautiful Blizzard with stamped-off Coastal Cabana, then stamped full-strength Coastal Cabana snowflakes.


I adhered a Multipurpose Adhesive Sheet, removing the remaining protective layer to expose the stickiness.

Next step I cut snowflakes with limited-edition Snowfall Thinlets from limited-edition White Velvet Sheets! This paper is so soft and pretty!

After adhering the snowflakes with Stampin' Dimensionals,  I sprinkled the stickiness with Dazzling Diamonds Glitter for the "Faux Diamond Dust" effect!


The die-cut snowflakes are more rounded and full than when cut from regular Whisper White card stock!


I added a rhinestone to the center of each snowflake for a tad more bling!


I cut a snippet of a Stampin' Dimensional to adhere the tiniest snowflake!


I stamped the Beautiful Blizzard Greeting with Coastal Cabana on a strip of white, then used the Darling Label Punch to decorate the corners. I adhered to a strip of Coastal Cabana before adhering to the card front with dimensionals.


The inside sentiment and image are both from Snow is Glistening, which will be available to order on November 1st!


I really really love how Stampin' Up! creates sentiments from different sets that will coordinate with each other!


This card is my first one playing with Snow is Glistening. I'm looking forward to using it to make more!


 Today's supply list. Note that the Limited-edition items will not be available to order until November 1st.

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Until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! day!

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