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Hey there! Today I have a card to share with you created with the Season of Chic Bundle. This set, found on page 99 of the Annual Catalog, is an all-purpose set, filled with images and phrases to fit multiple occasions. It is a perfect addition to your stamping stash!

I used this bundle to create an icy and sparkly Christmas card!


I started with a layer of Basic White, 4 1/4" x 5 1/2". I stamped it all over randomly with the snowflake found in the Season of Chic stamp set and Versamark ink, sprinkled the layer all over with white embossing powder and then heated with my Heat Tool. Next, I stamped the splatter stamp, also found in Season of Chic, between the snowflakes with Versamark, then repeated the embossing technique with white embossing powder. After the embossing cooled for a few seconds I then applies Balmy Blue ink with a Blending Brush, starting off the layer and swirling on the ink until I achieved the intensity of color I liked. I cut this layer with one of the largest Deckled Rectangle Dies.


I wrapped a length of White 1/4" Crinkled Seam Binding around the layer, tying in a bow with a piece of Tahitian Tide 1/8" Metallic Ribbon as a second bow before adding to the prepared Balmy Blue card base and Basic White mat layer. I added this top layer with dimensionals.
I also stamped the snowflake with Balmy Blue ink on a scrap of white, cut with the coordinating Chic die, then pressed the Versamark inkpad directly on the snowflake. I then sprinkled with Clear embossing powder to heat and give it a smooth raised finish. I repeated this step a couple more times to build up the embossing and make the embellishment a bit more sturdy. I punched a hole through the top of the snowflake with a retired 1/8" hand-held punch, then threaded the Tahitian Tide ribbon through before tying the final bow.


I stamped the "Merry Christmas" from Hope & Peace with Balmy Blue ink on a white scrap, stamped around it with the splatter stamp with stamped-off-once Balmy Blue ink, then cut with the smallest Deckled Rectangles Die. I added it to the lower card front with dimensionals and added a few random rhinestones for some sparkle.


Inside I stamped a couple more snowflakes with Balmy Blue ink, then added a sentiment from Season of Chic. I thought it was rather appropriate for a Christmas card or even a Christmastime birthday!


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