....you would even say it glowed (like a light bulb!). My fav SU stamp 'Dasher' has become 'Rudolph' again with his little red nose.
I made this card for the SCS Clean and Simple Cards CAS147 Challenge of 'Ways to use it - Twine'. See this link for the deets on the challenge: http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/fo...a-t543647.html I love twine and don't need much prompting to use it on a Christmas card!!
I stamped "Dasher" with Colorbox Sapphire Silk pigment ink, poured on some Satin Pearl embossing powder and heat-set it with my heat-gun and added a tiny red Basic Grey rhinestone to his nose.
The snowflakes dry embossing was made with a folder from the Cuttlebug Winter Borders set. I added a Scor-Pal line above and below the embossing to hide the folder marks that I always seem to get. There is also a Scor-Pal line underneath the twine.
I used my EK Success Scalloped Scallops border punch to punch some light teal Bazzill Bling cardstock (I don't actually know the colour name - that's just what I call it!) plus some white cardstock and attached them to the bottom of the card. Almost a one layer card!
I diecut some snowflakes using my Cuttlebug and Snowflake #2 die set (also by Cuttlebug), attached some Kaiser ice blue rhinestones and glued the snowflakes to the card except that I didn't glue the tips of the snowflakes down so I could bend them up and give them a bit of dimension.
Lastly, I wound the twine around the card twice and tied a bow.