Welcome to the
This is a blog hop all about those white fluffy snowflakes and all the fun you can have in them! Personally, I prefer to be inside in front of a roaring fire with a mug of hot cocoa (or wine) looking out at the snow.
This is a one-day blog hop, but you have until Sunday to finish hopping and leaving your love for all of these talented bloggers.
Connie Can Crop is your sponsor for this hop!!
One lucky winner will win a beautiful stamp from Fun Stampers Journey.
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What do you need to do to win? Easy… become a follower of each of the fabulous blogs in this hop and leave each of them a comment letting them know what you like best about their projects. You will have until 10 pm Sunday to finish the hop and leave your comments. Winners will be announced on Wednesday 1/17/18 at Connie Can Crop.
Be sure to follow everyone and leave a comment on the way to increase your chances of winning!
Now for my projects.
For my first card, I used the now retired Snowflake Flip Card die from Stampin’ Up.
The cardstock and designer series paper I used is also retired. The greeting was purchased in the Silhouette store and converted to print only. I finished off the card with Jewel Bling from Eyelet Outlet and snowflake sequins (also retired SU).
Here’s a second version of this card using Brushed Silver cardstock. I like this version better. How about you?
Next up is a slider card I made a while back using Miss Kate’s Penguins Sledding cut file. The snowy mountains were created used Lawn Fawn’s Stitched Hillside Border Dies and I used Lawn Fawn’s Slide On Over Dies.for the slider. One of the slider dies has a curve to match the hillside, so it worked perfectly.
Then I used mounting tape to attach the slider panel to the front, being careful not to get it too close to the slider. I used Stampin’ Up’s Foam Adhesive Strips. If you’re using mounting tape, double it to allow ample space. I don’t think the tutorials would tell you this, but it’s at this point I tuck my penny behind the slider opening. On the penny, I placed two round foam dots side by side to keep the sled from spinning 360 degrees.
Next, head on over to Miranda’s blog to see a fabulous project.
Here’s our line up in case you get lost along the way
- Connie- http://conniecancrop.blogspot.com
- Shannon- http://shannonhdesigns.blogspot.com/
- Alicia- http://goldengoddessdesigns.blogspot.com/
- Sue- http://suek86401.blogspot.com/
- Angela- mermaidsnmonograms.blogspot.com
- Rebecca- http://rebeccaanndesigns.com/
- Sandy- https://simplycraftycreationsbysandys.blogspot.com/
- Holli- http://sunflowerholli.blogspot.com
- Kim- http://katydidcards.com
- Miranda- http://www.nanasscrapspot.com
- Amanda- https://salnclts76.blogspot.com/