Sending Stenciled, Shiny, Silver, Stars and Snowflakes. The challenge for the Just Add Ink #533 Challenge by Tina is as you may have guessed it — Just Add S to your card. Wanting to cover all of my “S” bases, I began by die cutting a SSS Felicity Snowflake die in white cardstock, then using the Memory Box Winter Snowflakes Stencil I sponge some color on to my layer which was mounted on Shiny metallic cardstock from Recollections. My Silver embossed Star comes from SU’s Christmas Classic stamp set and was punched out with the SU Star punch. My small stamped sentiment is from SSS Christmas 3×4 stamp set and then for a pop of color I added red raffia to my star and die cut Avery Elle’s peace in left over red plaid strip.
It’s Small Business Saturday so if you need to go out and shop let’s support them. I’ll be stopping by my local bakery and market later today.
Thanks for stopping in for a peek. Have a great day and please Stay Safe.
11 thoughts on “S is for….”
Looks like you have it covered for “s” words. Great card!
LOL! How about it Lisa. Not sure if I could have added any other s words. Thanks,
Love your card full of “S’sl! Very creative!
This is one of those that is gong to be over the top in real life. I really like the snowflakes in the third degree.
Thanks Bonnie, it was difficult to photograph white on white with a little shine and light stenciling. I really do like it IRL.
Beautiful!! You really got the “S” words covered. I love this.
What a great card, Gayle! You certainly covered the Ss! I love the white die cut snowflake you have in the background and the way it pulls everything together.
WOW! I’d say you really nailed the challenge. Great S card.
I’m with the others – you sure met all the bases with the words. And what a wonderful card you created. It works beautifully with the embossing, shine and star. The pop of red is the icing on the cake.
You nailed all the S’s! Gorgeous snowflake die cut and stenciled background. Very pretty.
Lots of lovely details and “S” elements, beautifully done! Thanks for sharing at Just Add Ink.