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Fawny Holiday Week: Christmas Tag

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Hi there and thanks for joining me today! All week long Lawn Fawn has been hosting a holiday party on the blog! A week full of holiday inspiration chalk full of projects, videos and giveaways!!!! I am pleased as punch to be there AND here for the next THREE days showcasing a few projects I made in celebration of this week! Today’s project is a simple Christmas tag showcasing the Stitched Snowflake dies as a stencil!

Yup, you can use your dies as a stencil! I die cut the snowflakes with this blank stencil paper by Ellen Hutson and used it as a mask!  The stencil paper comes in two sizes and allows you to die cut and use your own stencils and mask! Super cool.  I added some touches of distress ink to create that gorgeous snowflake background! As a finishing touch, I heat set the tag from THIS tag stamp set and die cut it with THIS set onto vellum!  And the embossing powder? Is it no surprise I used Liquid Platinum embossing powder? I love it and it goes with EVERYTHING!!!!! I finished it off with a bow from the silver lawn trimmings.  I really wanted to snowflake background to be the showcase on this card, hence the vellum…. 🙂

 

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I’ll be back tomorrow with another fun project. This one will be sparkly, just sayin!

 

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6 Comments

  1. Beautiful card & a great technique. Love the vellum tag & totally agree about the embossing powder 🙂

  2. Awesome tips in making your own stencils out of dies!! Love the cool blues! And you may know how I feel about vellum – LOVE IT!! Gorgeous card!

  3. Laurel your background is absolutely gorgeous!

  4. So pretty, Laurel! You are so very talented and show so many techniques. I thoroughly enjoy learning from you!

  5. Carla Hundley says:

    Lovely work, great
    background!
    Carla from Utah

  6. Sally furness says:

    Would love to see a video on using dies as stencils.

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