“I’m in love, I’m in love, and I don’t care who knows it!!” Anyone know what move that line is from? Comment at the bottom and tell me! That is exactly how I feel about the products I used to make today’s card. I loved them before I used them, and now I love them even more. This card highlights the Stampin Up Frosted Foliage stamp set and die bundle. Keep reading to hear more about it!
The Frosted Frames die set comes with these gorgeous foliage-adorned frames, and I wanted to try them out on this card. My vision for creating it needed some serious shine and shimmer, so I chose to use Blueberry Bushel foil paper from our Noble Peacock Foil paper pack, as well as some silver foil paper. These die cuts by themselves are gorgeous, but once I placed them in front of a print from the Feels Like Frost designer paper pack, everything just popped! The Feels Like Frost designer paper pack is made up of realistic images from winter and wow are they amazing!
I thought the white piece for the greeting was just a touch too plain, so I used a bit of our Shimmery Crystal Effects on the corners and then sprinkled some Ice Stampin’ Glitter over top. This was just the touch it needed.
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