Oh yeah… this one is sparkly! This project uses a stencil I use often in this series along with glitter paste and one of my most favorite background stamps.
Snowflakes seem to be a theme for me this year. I’m not sure why, especially since I’m not a fan of the snow. At. All. We get lots of it here in the Mitten State however, like it or not, and it’s a great symbol for Christmas time.
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- Glass media mat
- Stencil – Snowflake
- Pixie Spray temporary stencil adhesive
- Izink Diamond glitter paint – Argente
- Plastic palette knife
- A2 Layers die set
- Card stock – Black
- Spellbinders Platinum 6 Manual Die Cutting Machine (my favorite machine)
- Background stamp – Romantic Script
- Neenah Classic Crest 80# card stock
- Versamark embossing ink
- Embossing powder – Metallic Silver
- Deli sheets
- Wagner Heat Tool
- Mini Scoring Board
- Teflon Bone Folder
- Neenah Classic Crest 110# Cardstock (25 sheet pack) (card base)
- Neenah Classic Crest 110# Card stock (125 sheet pack)
- Purple Tape
- Jumbo tape dispenser for 1 ½” wide purple tape
- Scotch Advanced Tape Glider
- Craft foam – White
- Tim Holtz Craft Shears – Large
- Art Glitter liquid glue
- Acrylic Stamp Blocks
- Sentiment Labels – CZ Design Reverse Christmas
- Sentiment Labels die set
- 3M Foam Tape
- Xacto knife
- Reverse tweezers
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