I really wanted to include the Starry stencil with crackle that Linda used, and I went with an old Spellbinders die cut. Thank you, Kathy! (Kathy By Design) She generously gave these and other Spellbinders sets to me several years ago, and I never tire of the intricate edge on this one!
I highlighted the cracks of the dried paste with Silver Mixative, just like Linda did, but I used a cotton swab to apply my color. You can see I colored outside the lines a time or two. I edged my chosen Quote Chip with Distress Crayon and scribbled some on the top, too, wiping it back to leave a little frosty look. Having had some problems cutting the Deco Sheets before, this time I remembered to stick it onto some card before cutting the intricate cuts. Works like a charm!
I chose this sweet gleeful snowman charm from Linda's shop and simply patted it with Picket Fence Distress paint and attached it along with a Tiny Tag and Tabs die cut tag with some old Christmastime Remnant Rubs.
I sanded the edges of my Christmas Kraftcore panel, inked with Glacier White pigment ink and heat embossed with Soft Fallen Snow embossing powder.
That's another one done! I hope you're playing along with Linda's fun challenge which is generously sponsored by The Funkie Junkie Boutique. There are prizes for three lucky winners, and everyone who completes the challenge and follows the guidelines will receive a gift voucher for The Funkie Junkie Boutique to use in January! Her simple guidelines and challenge details are outlined HERE.
I'm sharing with these fine challenges:
Allsorts Week 443 - Inspired by a Christmas Carol or Winter Themed Song Dean Martin's Baby It's Cold Outside.
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