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White Christmas for Crazy Crafters Blog Hop | Special Guest Jenny Hall


Hello and welcome to the Crazy Crafters Blog Hop with special guest Jenny Hall. You may be familiar with her blog and you tube clips from jennystampsup. Jenny has an amazing gallery of her creations on her blog, I was drawn to the following creation as repeat stamping is a technique on my "to do" list


I started stamping snowflakes from Snowflake Sentiments, but then had a light bulb moment when I was die cutting, and instead of repeat stamping I created my project with repeat die cutting!



I adore the effect of the stitched framelit around the snowflake, and it was super easy to cut as the Swirly Snowflake die fitted inside the square framelit too - so only one pass in the Bigshot was need to cut each element. I cut mini dimensionals in half and popped each of the squares up for added dimension. I couldn't help myself - to finish the card I added a little bling by way of Dazzling Diamonds to the sentiment.



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Comments

  1. Absolutely stunning! Your die-cutting idea is simply sensational!

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  2. SUPER! This is gorgeous SUE, makes me wish I had thought of it! Might just have to CASE the Case

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  3. Genius, Sue! The die cuts are perfection. I love the sparkle on the sentiment too, it's frosting! Thanks so much for having me to hop with you all and your amazing creations :-)

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  4. Gorgeous Christmas card Sue. Love the repeated die cuts, what a fun idea.

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  5. This is one of the most beautiful Christmas cards. Really beautiful!

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  6. What a great idea and card!

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  7. I really love this quilted Christmas card with just all white! So pretty!

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  8. Beautiful gorgeous magnificent card, it is so classy, I love it!!!

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  9. Beautiful. The all white is very elegant. Spectacular card.

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    1. The card when folded is C6, so half of an Australian A4 sheet of cardstock (14.8 cm x 10.5cm) finished size

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