While I kept the overall design and color scheme of the original card, I made a few changes. I used a different snowflake embossing folder because I don't own the one she used. Her embossing folder left a flat area for stamping in the bottom right-hand corner, but mine does not, so I stamped my sentiment on a label and attached it to the panel. I sponged ink around my sentiment to add dimension to the label against the white background. I didn't have the sentiment she used so I chose a different one, and instead of pearls in the centers of the snowflakes, I used White Enamel Accents.
I started by dry embossing a piece of Whisper White card stock with an embossing folder. Next I stamped my sentiment on another piece of white card stock. I didn't like the color I was getting with Night of Navy by itself, so I inked my stamp first with Cobalt and then with Night of Navy. This achieved the deeper color I was looking for. I cut out the sentiment with a labels die, sponged around the edges with Night of Navy, then adhered the sentiment to the white panel. I attached the white panel to the Night of Navy card base, then added White Enamel Accents on the snowflake centers, which I left to dry overnight.