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Happy 5 days left until Christmas everyone, and welcome to a new " Ways to Use It Challenge ." Christmas is such a festive time of year...don't you just love looking at all the decorative sparkle, glitz, and glitter? Not only does glitter look great on those ornaments and decorations, but it adds a little bling to your stamping projects as well, so your challenge is to add a little bit (or a lot) of glitter or glitz to your card creation. Let's see some sparkle in the gallery today!
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Mary Brown aka stampercamper - Senior Supervisor
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Creative Crew SU Design Team, Spring 2012 CAS Design Team member
Five days til Christmas? That's scary. I had a couple minutes today for a quick card because my class was canceled because of the threat of snow today. It finally got here. Wow! Is it snowing! Here's my glitzy snow card.
I kept it pretty minimalistic- did a sponged sunset style background, and a woodgrain foreground- my holly and berries are from SU's Seasonal Images, and my snowflakes are from a CM punch. Here's Simple Christmas
I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel. –Maya Angelou