ite during these times. All discounted items ordered as part of the sales count toward earning VIP Bank Credit, and the Stamp of the Month at the discounted price.
|The snowflakes and sentiment on this card were heat embossed with white embossing powder. The snowflakes were stamped on vellum paper and then cut with the thin cuts from Elegant Snowflakes. |
|What's a Christmas card without bling? Even though the paper isn't a traditional Christmas pattern, the Sapphire glitter paper and colored mini sparkles on the flowers made it work. The sparkles were colored with Tri-blend (dark shade) true blue marker. They truly look like little sapphires (my favorite stone) even though it may not show up well here in the photo. Merry Christmas and the top border are die cuts in Sapphire Glitter paper using the Yuletide Borders.|
|The letters on this card are from the Classic Alphabet Thin Cuts. The Sapphire glitter paper adds a lot to this card. Of all the glitter papers, this has to be my favorite color; it is such a rich color.|
|This gate fold card was created using the two different shades of the Blue Belle cardstock and the matching ink. The darker shades of blue were colored in using the True Blue Shade Tri-blend marker.|
|Here's a closer look at one of the sparkles I colored with the True Blue Shades alcohol maker. It is such an easy way to create embellishments to match any project you are working on. The Tri-blend alcohol markers will work on any of the sparkles or white or other light colored enamel embellishments.|
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