Sabrina's Scrumptious Blog, you are in the right place! If not, you might want to start at the ODBD Blog so you don't miss anything! Here are the details for this month's hop:
- Hop to each Designer's Blog and leave a comment
- Return to the ODBD Blog and tell us you completed the hop, and note any problems you had
- There will be 3 prizes of $20.00 Gift Certificates and 1 GRAND PRIZE of $75.00 Gift Certificate toward stamps in the ODBD Store!!!
- You have until 8pm EST Dec 2 to complete the hop, and winners will be announced on the ODBD Blog on Dec. 3
I used the Snowflake Mini and Snowflake Sentiments, as well as the Snowflake Background and the Small Snowflake Background to create this card. I also used the ODBD Custom Tag die, which is perfect with the mini snowflake set! I stamped the background stamp onto white cardstock with VersaMark, and embossed with white embossing powder. I stamped the sentiment and snowflakes on to blue cardstock with ColorBox Frost White Pigment Ink, and then embossed with white embossing powder, for a chunkier texture of white on blue. The vertical strip on the left is the Small Snowflake Background stamped the same way, and the swirly die along the bottom of the tag is Spellbinders Fanciful Holiday Die. The wide ribbon is May Arts and the narrow is from
Here is the inside:
Here are the sets I used today:
In case you missed my sneak peek and tutorial, I'll show the luminary ornament I made to go along with this card, making a nice little gift set. This ornament is created with 4 of the ODBD Tag Die cuts, stamped with the Small Snowflake Background, cut with a spellbinders mega oval die, and then the vellum inserts are stamped with images from the Sparkling Snowflake set using Ranger Perfect Medium and Stampendous Kaleidoscope embossing powder. A battery operated tea light is inside, and it hangs nicely on the tree, or could stand alone.
To view the tutorial on how to make this luminary ornament, click HERE
I hope you enjoyed my project! Now I will send you on to your next stop.... Prepare to be blown away by