Folk Art Snowflakes

Welcome to the Sweet ‘n Sassy Stamps November Release Hop! There’s another fabulous release in the SNSS shop that we’ve been stamping with and we’re sharing our projects with you today! Hop along to the blogs linked below and leave a comment on each stop along the way for a chance to win a $10 gift voucher to the Sweet ‘n Sassy Stamps shop. Winner will be announced on the SNSS blog on Wednesday, November 20.

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For today’s hop I used the Folk Art Snowflakes stamp set to create two cards. For my first one I used non-traditional colors, a mustard-y yellow and dark gray. The colors are well suited for the folk art style. This set is so pretty!

Here I used the flakes with a traditional red Christmas color and kept it monochromatic.

Have a great day and thanks for hopping!
Now go check out Jane’s blog!

stamps- Sweet ‘n Sassy Folk Art Snowflakes; paper- white, black, SU! Real Red and Crushed Curry, MME- Breeze; ink- SU! Real Red, Crushed Curry and Basic Grey; accessories- MISTI, Stickles, MFT Die-Namics Stitched Scalloped Basic Edges 2, rhinestones, ribbon, foam dimensionals.

10 responses to “Folk Art Snowflakes

  1. Beautiful cards, Diane! Love them both! ❤️

  2. Love them Diane!

  3. Beautiful cards!! The non-traditional colored one is very interesting and pretty. I also love the red one, it’s stunning!

  4. Marisela Delgado

    Fabulous snowflakes! So beautiful.

  5. Fantastic cards! I love the non traditional snowflake card!

  6. Love your cards with these pretty snowflake designs!

  7. Your designs are so unique looking. Very pretty!!

  8. Beautiful cards. I don’t think I would have thought to do mustard and gray as a color combo with snoflakes, but it looks amazing. Thanks for sharing and giving me some inspiration. Blessings.

  9. These are both fabulous! Love the color combo on that first one especially!!

  10. UGH! I can’t decide which one I like better!!! I really like both creative designs, but after much thought, I think I like the second one just a bit better. 🙂 You have made two really great cards! Thanks for sharing them!

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