Wednesday, 20 December 2017

Brusho Snowflake

Hi guys

Just a quick post to share another card I made last month whilst at the Happy Little Stampers Craft Retreat.  This time when we were playing with Brushos.

On some watercolour cardstock I sprinkled and spritzed some Brusho crystals.  Once dry I die cut the snowflake.  After popping out all the little bits from the inside of the die cut I adhered the snowflake to my card base.  I die cut a sentiment strip and stamped the sentiment in purple (unfortunately, I can't remember which ink this was - Altenew I think).  The strip was popped up on 3D foam and to finish I added some glittery enamel dots.

Materials used:

  • Dies: Tonic - Winter Snowflake; MFT Die-namics - Stitched Sentiment Strips
  • Ink: Brusho - Turquoise and Purple
  • Stamp: Happy Little Stampers - Mixed Christmas Sentiments
  • Accents: Happy Little Stampers - Enamel Glitter Dots

Challenge entries:

Allsorts Challenge Blog - Challenge #446 - Cold and Frosty Colours
Happy Little Stampers - December Anything Goes with Dies
Christmas Cards All Year Round - December Challenge - Anything Goes

Thanks for popping by, I hope to be back tomorrow night with more makes I've recently made.


  1. Thanks for joining Allsorts challenge with this great entry, good luck.
    Happy crafting
    Tracy x

  2. A beautifully elegant Winter creation, thank you so much for sharing with us at Allsorts challenge.

    Wishing you and yours a Happy Christmas and look forward to seeing more of your creativity in 2018.

    B x

  3. A fabulous card and an amazing snowflake. Thank you for sharing with us at Christmas Cards All Year Round.
    Kath x

  4. Gorgeous card, so elegant.
    Thank you for sharing at Allsorts challenge this week and good luck x Susan x

  5. Wow! That snowflake is a stunner! Beautiful CAS card Anita. Merry Christmas, Cathy x

  6. Gorgeous card!!! Thanks for playing with us at HLS anything goes with dies!


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