Leave it to Weaver

It's Friday again already? Woohoo! I love Fridays! Haven't had much stamping time this week, but I did make this quick little card a few days ago and haven't shared it yet. I never can seem to get these posted the same week as the challenge! LOL


This one uses last week's Weekend Sketch Challenge {WSC104} and stamps from Christmas in the Air and Frosty Flakes (for the solid snowflake). I had to flip the sketch to fit my sentiment. The card base is an off-white Prism cardstock and I embossed 2/3 of it with the Swiss Dots folder and added the sentiment in Rich Razzleberry. I stamped the wreath in Rich Razzleberry and the largest open snowflake in the center, then cut out with Classic Nestabilities. Next I stamped the solid snowflake in 2nd generation Rich Razzleberry, cut out and added some Stickles and bling. The scallop circle is Melon Mambo, and I used more Rich Razzleberry for the strips. The middle one is punched with my new Leave it to Weaver punch by fiskars and I threaded some organdy ribbon through it. Then I finished off with some liquid pearls accents on the strips to dress things up.

Hope y'all have a fabulous weekend! Thanks for stopping by! :)

11 comments

  1. thank-you, Julee!! I have this set and was wondering how to use the wreath without it looking flat...the snowflake is the trick!! I have a question, I'm pretty new at cutting out such fine detailed images...any hints on an upcoming post? I know about moving the image around as I cut...I guess I may just have to practise!! I love the layered look of these snowflakes :)

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  2. Love how you've combined the two sets on this card. The wreath with the snowflake in the middle is perfect! Love the way you threaded the ribbon through the panel, and of course, on can never go wrong with Swiss Dots! Great card. Hope you're headaches are subsiding and you're feeling better (((hugs)))

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  3. Oh my word.....this is gorgeous, Julee! LOVE how you stamped just 2/3rd's of the card with the embossign folder!! Oh, and I love the woven ribbon!!

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  4. An absolutely stunning card, Julee!!

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  5. I'm beginning to like Razzleberry from all your gorgeous cards Julee! I wasn't going to get that stamp pad, but I might just have to now!

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  6. Love this, Julee! So rich in that color combo, and all the little touches are such treats - the partial dry embossing, the weaving, the popped up snowflake - all of it!

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  7. Oh WOW! This is SUPER awesome!!!

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  8. So beautiful, Julee! I LOVE the threaded ribbon. . .what a beautiful detail!

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