Tuesday, August 24, 2010

CHRISTMAS CLUB CLASS, Sparkly Flurries...

This is the final card from my Christmas Club Class. It features three Sneak Peek products from the upcoming Holiday Mini.  I used the Northern Flurry Embossing Folder for the main focus along with plenty of bling!  At the center of the largest snowflake is a silver Glimmer Brad.  At the center of the other snowflakes are our Basic Rhinestone Jewels.  The punch that you see peeking out from behind the 2" x 1-3/8" Oval sentiment piece (featuring the Dazzling Diamond Dust technique) is the upcoming Decorative Label Punch.

I hope you enjoyed seeing all the Christmas Club cards.  Join us next time to make a dozen of your own beautiful Christmas cards!

  • Stamp Sets – All Holidays (#114916 $34.95)
  • Card stock – Glossy White, Marina Mist, Pretty in Pink, Rich Razzleberry
  • Ink – Whisper White Craft, VersaMark, Rich Razzleberry, Pretty in Pink, Marina Mist Markers 
  • Ribbon – Whisper White 5/8" Organza  (#114319, $5.95)
  • Punches – 2" x 1-3/8" Oval XL (#119859, $16.95), Decorative Label XL (#120907, $16.95 coming Sept. 1)
  • Accessories – Glimmer Brads Basic (#121003, $4.95 coming Sept. 1), Stampin' Dimensionals (#104430, $3.95), Iridescent Ice Embossing Powder
  • Tools – Big Shot, Northern Flurry Textured Impressions Embossing Folder (#120902, $7.95 coming Sept. 1), Sponge Daubers
  1. Stamp your images on glossy cardstock and color as desired. Allow to dry completely.
  2. Press the VersaMark pad on your stamped piece using the “direct-to-paper” method covering the entire piece of cardstock.
  3. Cover with Iridescent Ice Embossing Power. Tap off the excess and heat emboss until it appears shiny and brighter.
  • Use a brayer and cover your cardstock with one color. Add powder and emboss. Use that for a great sparkling background. 
  • Using a Stipple brush, stipple ink on for a different look.


  1. Marie, I love the card! Did you do something to the snowflakes from the embossing folder? Like sponge them with craft ink or something else to make them look white?

  2. Annette, if you subscribe via email, you may not have seen the updated supply list. I had forgotten a few things when first posted. I used a sponge dauber to lightly brush Whisper White Craft Ink over the embossed snowflakes. Use an adhesive remover to remove some excess craft ink from surrounding area. Hope that helps!


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