I am finally back in the swing of crafting. It feels good to be creating a bit again. Over the next few days I will be posting several different cards that I made using the masking technique and Smooch Spritz. First I created the sentiment on My Digital Studio and printed it out. Then I trimmed the cardstock so that it was the appropriate size. Then I took a shape that I die cut from the Northern Frost Sizzlit Decorative Strip Die. I used a bit of dotto to secure the snowflake and then sprayed the smooch over it. Then I quickly removed the snowflake. When the Smooch Spritz was dry, I used the Adhesive Eraser to remove any extra that was stuck on. I let these pieces of spritzed paper sit for over a month. I just couldn't find any time to finish the cards.
But anyway, I digress... next I decided that the simple white cardstock needed something to jazz it up, so I pulled out my new Lucky Limeade orgazna ribbon from the upcoming Sale-a-bration catty. I really love how delicate and versatile this ribbon is. So I wrapped it around the cardstock and then added the bow. I attached it together with some Luckey Limeade bakers twine and one of the adorable jingle bells in the current Holiday Mini. Then I added the Basic Jewel Rhinestone to the centre of the snowflake. Finally I mounted it on Cherry Cobbler and then again on Old Olive cardstock