Tuesday, December 15, 2020

Template Tuesday - Snowflake Splendor Designer Series Paper (#153512)

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Since the Feature of the Week is the Snowflake Splendor DSP (#153512), here are some examples of how I used the patterned paper to fit this template idea.

The DSP pieces are different.  I wanted to showcase one of the larger snowflakes in the center box.



All of the DSP pieces are the same pattern.  I stamped the sentiment onto the center box and didn't add the extra sentiment strip.



For this card, I alternated the DSP patterns.  I stamped the snowman image onto the center box and stamped it again onto Whisper White cardstock.  I coloured in the nose and buttons using Stampin' Blends and then cut out the image along the black line.  To add some sparkle, I coloured the snowman with Wink of Stella.  I adhered the snowman right over top of the image on the DSP, using dimensionals.



I used all the same DSP patterns, but left out the largest corner piece and added a sentiment to the underlying cardstock.



For this card, I switched the sides that the wider and narrower strips were on, also, I decided to make this card landscape, instead of portrait.  I stamped the sentiment along one of the lighter DSP portions.



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