At each stop of the hop we hope you will be inspired by the
creativity of the design teams of SVG Attic and Snapdragon Snippets. You are
sure to find many wonderful projects that will be at the top of your crafting
lists! If you happened across this post out of order, please head to theSVG Attic blogto start at the beginning of the hop.
There are several different scenes a really lovely centrepiece for your table or a gorgeous gift. I have used silver glitter embossing powder to cover Santa, his sleigh and his reindeer. I've also added some diamond stickles onto the top of the buildings and fences to look like a layer of glittering snow.
I have made a tealight holder and box for this challenge.
They've been cut on my Cameo using a Jamie Cripps files, available here in the Sil store.
The card is all from Papermill. I've added some of the snow that you heat up and goes all fluffy to his hat, some ink to his cheeks and gold wow embossing glitter to his bell. The tealight is of course a battery operated one from a cheapy shop.
We hope to see your red and green projects over on the challenge blog. This week we are sponsored by Whiff of Joy.
This image is called Star of Wonder and is available in stamp form here or digi download here. They've been coloured in with Chameleon pens. I've also used a glitter sparkle sheet from Little Claire as the glass of the globe. The backing paper is also from Little Claire.
The actual card is a file from Samantha Walker which I've cut on my Cammie.
We have a great prize this month for on lucky winner
1 x Frosty Winter – Blue paper
1 x Small White Dots on Blue paper
1 x Gingham Lilac paper
1 x Snowflakes on Dark Blue paper
1 x Snowflakes on Blue paper
2m Red Tartan Ribbon
Red Bling Diamantes
3D Foam Sticky Squares
1 x A4 Sheet 3D Die Cut Decoupage – Fabulous Christmas
The svg file is from one of our new designers on Snapdragon Snippets - Crafty SVG Designs. I tried to cut it on my Cameo but it didn't cut it well enough so I tried to cut it on my Explore and it worked perfectly. And... this is the reason why I bought an Explore it cuts intricate cuts so much better.
I've used Papermill white linen card for all of it. I added glitter acetate to the very back of the card and also some fine glitter accents to the other layers. Which you can't see very well!!