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It's a Winter Wonderland with the Stampers Showcase

Welcome to this month's Stampers Showcase Blog hop, this is a group of amazing stampers from all over the world has a Winter Wonderland of Christmas themed projects,  be sure to hop through the full line up below so that you can see all wonderful creations! 

I’ve used the So Many Stars stamp set bundle and the gorgeous Golden Glitz Delicata ink for my project.



I cut 2 of the "star swirls" and trimmed so they fitted together nicely, then cut the card front layers - 2.5 cm (1 inch) for the sentiment, and 5.5 cm (2 1/4 inches) for above the star layer.  



Stamp the sentiment, and smear the ink pad on the card base, then adhere the stars to the star die cuts and then raise above the card base - I use a layer of corrugated card stock to do this. There you have it, a Golden Glitz Seasons Greetings :)


Next on the hop is Liz Yuille from the UK click on the icon below to be taken to her blog, Old Stables Crafts and see her fabulous project.


Thanks for visiting today, I hope you enjoyed viewing my project. Stay tuned for more inspiration and tips this month. I’ve listed the products I used below, just click on the picture and be taken directly to the product. 

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  1. So pretty!! Great way to use that die cut, love your design. :)

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  2. WOW, I'm excited. So simple and beautiful
    Greets, Marita

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  3. I absolutely LOVE the way you've used the stars die cut pieces! BRILLIANT!

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  4. Such a fun and pretty card Sue. lovely to hop with you. xx

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  5. Such a stunningly simple and elegant card Sue x

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  6. What a great card. I live the simplicity of the design. Lx

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  7. Great idea for using the Delicata ink with the die cut Sue

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