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Memory Box Dazzling Snowflake and Limoges Snowflake cards…


The NEW Dazzling Snowflake die (in the store now) and NEW Merry Christmas rubber stamp, (stamps will be in the store real soon)!  WOW!  I love it! Turned out so cool!

I cut the die in a white panel, embossed the sentiment with Silver embossing powder and layered it, with mounting squares, onto a white A-2 card base that I adhered a piece of Silver glitter card-stock to.

That’s it! CAS it is but so dramatic and lovely!

A CAS Favorite at Splitcoast Stampers!  Thank you ladies!


I’m linking to the Merry Monday Challenge – Create an All White Christmas card (sentiment can be in silver)

and to Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge – W is for White (both my cards work for this one)



Will you look at all the detail in this NEW Limoges Snowflake die!  Isn’t it a stunner?!  So pretty!

I die cut in white card-stock, embossed it by running it back through the Big Shot again, then leaving the cut and embossed piece in the die, turn it over, ink through the die, after inking all the open areas, remove the die, cover with embossing powder and heat.  Wow! Beautiful!


Ink, stamp and emboss the sentiment Walking Winter Wonderland on vellum.

A somewhat CAS, A-2 size card…for a special someone!

Just for fun… a photo of four of the six cards I made this week for Memory Box.   Be watching…next week the 2014 Holiday Memory Box blog blitz starts!


See you again soon!  Have fun shopping… I see the NEW Memory Box and poppystamps dies arriving in stores!  YAY!  Thanks for shopping through my links.  I appreciate it so much!




31 thoughts on “Memory Box Dazzling Snowflake and Limoges Snowflake cards…

  1. Your new cards are gorgeous! That gold snowflake is candy for the eyes. Had to give in to the new dies and only bought 4 but want more. Can’t wait to start my Christmas cards this year. Love the technique you used on that gold snowflake. How clever to emboss it from the back. Did you use gold ink or Versamark?

  2. love the limoges snowflake die! that is such a gorgeous card you made….i’ll have to try embossing like you did! all of the cards are wonderful. and that single taper is so elegant. i can hear my wallet squealing now! lol!

  3. WOW Girl!!! You are on a roll….Lovin’ those snowflakes. The gold embossing is GOR-GE-OUS! Thanks for sharing with us! Happy 4th of July weekend!

  4. Beautiful cards! That snowflake is a stunning die! Thanks so much for joining us at Merry Monday.

  5. Love these cards they are s elegant. Great cards and it’s so refreshing to think of something cool when it’s so hot outside. hugs, Ruth Ann

  6. All of these are GORGEOUS, Pam! I feel my wallet getting thinner just looking at these! Thanks for sharing with us at Merry Monday!

  7. Wonderful card for the white on white challenge, Pam. I love the clean simplicity of this card with the hint of sparkle in the background. Perfect!

  8. Pam, the snowflake CAS card is beautiful! I love the Limoges snowflake, too! Very elegant cards! The MB snowflake will be on my shopping list.

  9. These cards are absolutely gorgeous!! I love the new Memory Box dies, I’m already planning to using them to make my Christmas cards. Thanks so much for the beautiful inspiration.

  10. Beautiful creations, dear friend, as always! My favorite is the white on white. Oh my goodness….you are enabling me to the point of oodles! Love your cards, Pam!!!

  11. Stunning! You’ve created lovely cards that have both texture and elegance. Thank you for sharing your work with us for the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge. ~Michelle

  12. Wowza! Fabulous collection of card! Great use of white space! Puts me in the mood for Christmas! Thanks so much for joining along with the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge!

  13. I just found your blog. I had saved a cherry card you did from Memory Box Sweet and Sour Cherries die. I immediately had to buy those dies. So summery. I love, love, love all of these Christmas/Winter cards. So pretty. I’m inspired to start some Christmas cards myself.

  14. The single candle, Cabrini ornament and let your heart be light will be my 70th birthday presents (July 8th) and help to keep me poor!(:(:(:
    Question: When you have a stamp combo, how do you keep the little decoration off–the easy way– and just stamp the sentiment with no smearing?

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