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Memory Box cards…


Here’s the new Delicate Snowflakes Stencil from Memory Box… I tried several different ways of using it but I’m just posting two!   This reminds me so much of what we’ve done for years with Brass Stencils!  I need to get those back out too!  For this card, I stamped a panel with Memory Box stamps, laid the stencil on the panel, applied stencil paste, then white embossing powder and heated it.

This card was a Weekly Favorite at Splitcoast Stampers!  Thank you ladies!



I used the Precious Snowflakes die and several stamps…
Snowy Evergreens
Walking Winter Wonderland
Winter Collage
Washi Tape Dots


Here I used the Delicate Snowflakes stencil…laid it over a piece of watercolor paper and spritzed it with Frosty Night and Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer Mist.  My watercolor paper wasn’t the heaviest so it curled up some from the moisture causing the inks to go under the stencil a bit at here and there.

*tip* if you spritz the backside of your paper with water, it doesn’t curl up as much when you’re getting the front wet!

This card was a CAS Favorite at Splitcoast Stampers!  Thank you ladies!



Frostyville Corner and Snowflake Corner cut from white glitter card-stock.  Looks like snow!

I had to make one die card to post too!  : )  It’s a CAS card that would be fun to make a pack of 6 or so for a gift… for a bunch of thank you cards…notecards…invitations too!  Easy to change it up, this is Version 2 for me! lol


I cut the S, from the Classic Upper Alphabet die set, in the center of a piece of Memory Box Pattern paper. Then I placed it on the NEW Venita Flourish die, centering the S and taping the card-stock in place to cut.  Exact placement!  Love it!

*tip* always cut the inside image first so you can position and center when you cut the surrounding shape.

Panel mat was cut with the Perfect Layers Tools…..

I’m linking up my Venita card to the NEW challenge at Addicted to CAS

Thanks for stopping by today!  ‘preciate it!  Hope I’ve inspired you a bit!  It’s so ‘wintery’ here but I must switch gears and make some Valentines!  Take care and ttul!

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16 thoughts on “Memory Box cards…

  1. WOW…I so Love that flourish. Gorgeous color combo. I love the snowflakes die too! I’ve not used a stencil yet; but, think I’m going to try it after seeing your gorgeous card. thanks for sharing!

  2. What a pretty card…love those Memory Box dies. Everything is so crisp and clear just like a nice winter day….haha. It’s snowing here right now. Back to the card love it!! hugs, Ruth Ann

  3. These are just gorgeous! I’ve never tried embossing paste, but I certainly have tons of brass stencils, so I may have to try this. You always make everything look so beautiful and so easy! You are my inspiration as well as my enabler! lol

  4. Snowflakes and snowmen are always beautiful!!! I love this time of year-when I can stay home and don’t have to go out! Beautiful cards as always!!

  5. After we talked today I dug out some stencils. Your cards are great. Love way you have brought in so many
    Different tools and made lovely cards. Think I even know where the paste is located! Maybe we need to
    Do again at club!!!! Jan

  6. These cards are just breathtakingly beautiful. I need to try that stencil and embossed paste technique. You have given me so many ideas. Thank you!

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