Tuesday, November 5, 2019

SHOPPING OUR STASH #408 - Here Come Suzy Snowflake


 Hello and happy Tuesday all!
I'm hosting this fortnight's challenge at 
SHOPPING OUR STASH, and as the title suggests,
lets see some snowflakes on your projects!
Here's the super CAS card I made:


and the inside:

I have a bunch of these foam snowflake stickers in my stash,
and thought it would be a good idea to stop hoarding them and
use them. (grin!) A couple Christmas sentiments and this 
card was done!

Now it's your turn to break out those neglected snowflake papers/dies/stickers, etc,. and
create a project with them! We'd love to see what you come up with.
For more ideas, simple visit the blogs of my teammies to see
their fabulous projects!
Thanks for visiting!






I'd like to enter this at:



Supplies:
CS: Taylored Expressions
Accessories: Creatology by Michael's - foam snowflake stickers; Tim Holtz - small talk occasions 
stickers; Fiskars corner rounder; Freshly Made Sketch #407
Adhesives: SA 7 3D - foam squares; Ranger - MMM

7 comments:

Donna said...

Ohhhhhhhh soooo pretty, the blues and whites together...awesome!
And good on ya for "using" some of your stashy snowflakes!

Dotty Jo said...

Beeeeeeeeeeeeeautiful! Have you noticed the new Christmas Kickstart theme??? Just sayin' Jo x

Chana Malkah said...

Cool blues and a cluster of snowflakes...what a fabulous CAS creation! Beautiful work, Chris!
Hugz,
Chana

Barbara Godden said...

Beautiful CAS card. love how you designed the snowflakes.

Jane said...

Super snowy card, love those icy blues! Thanks for playing at AAA Cards, hope to see you join in with future challenges too.

Cardsbymaaike said...

frosty blue is always good for a wintry scene. Great card and layout. Thank you for playing at AAA Cards

Jane said...

Just spotted it at HLS CAS, thanks for playing there too!

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