It may be December, but we have had very little snow fall from the sky to this point. The forecasters say that we’ll see a snowy Christmas, but looking at the forecast, I’m not sure that I believe it. However, I love snowflakes, so today’s share is a card featuring Wintry Colorful Seasons Snowflakes. It was created by Jennene Robinson, a fellow demonstrator.
Dapper Denim, Whisper White, and silver create a very festive background for this card, and the sentiment allows you to use for all types of occasions. For those that don’t celebrate Christmas, or for someone that is very emotional at this time of year, this is the perfect card to send.
Jennene followed the double-metallic “rule” by adding silver washi tape and die cut silver snowflakes to the front of the card. A bit of Dazzling Diamonds glitter was added to the centre of each snowflake, and the overall card shines.
Have you looked at the Holiday Catalogue retirement list? It’s long this year, as it appears that very little will be available past January 2, 2018. Double-check to see that you have everything you want. If you don’t, place your order online, or drop me a quick note and I’ll be sure to order it for you.
Yes, that’s right! The last day to order items from Stampin’ Up! for pre-Christmas delivery is Thursday, December 7th. After that date, there’s no guarantee that UPS will drop them onto your doorstep in time to give them as gifts. As always, the best and fastest way to shop is to head to my Online Store. Don’t forget to add this month’s Host Code, because the Project Helper Guides in December will feature new products found in the 2018 Occasions and Sale-a-Bration catalogue. I’m going to hazard a guess that one of them will include an incredibly cute set of pandas!
No product list today – December is busy, and there is much to do! If you would like the list of everything used on this Wintry Colorful Seasons Snowflakes card, please contact me. I’ll get back to you as soon as I can. Happy retirement shopping!
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