Wednesday, 14 October 2015


Hi lovely bloggers - it's lovely to be with you again, and I hope you are all well and happy. 
 I am back from our holiday in Venice, (a treat for our 50th anniversary), so life is back to normal now! 

Today, I am sharing a card I made for Craft Stash, using 
the "Delicate Snowflake" die from their Apple Blossom collection.
You can find it here .
The snowflake is quite impressive, measuring approx. 10cm at the widest point.

I cut the snowflake twice and layered for dimension, then added lots of glitter!
The Peace On Earth sentiment die is also from Craft Stash, and there are lots more Here.
If you have never looked at the Craft Stash online shop, it's well worth a visit - they have special offers, and other well-known crafting brands too. 


Just two of the many photos I took on holiday ~

The Madonna dell' Orto Church we visited, which has several
 amazing Tintoretto paintings inside and the Madonna statue.


I will be back tomorrow!
Love  to all ~


Bonnie said...

A beautiful snowflake, Sylvia! I love the sparkle and the die cut peace on earth!

Carole said...

Beautiful card Sylvia...what a stunning snowflake. Glad you enjoyed on my bucket list!

Jacee said...

Gorgeosu card Sylvia, I do love the colour
Hugs Jacee
Simply Paper Card Design

Wendy said...

So beautiful Sylvia, love your sparkly snowflake.
Congrats on your 50th Anniversary and glad you enjoyed Venice, beautiful photos.
Wendy xx

Viv said...

Simply stunning card Sylvia and you know I will shamelessly CASE it AGAIN!!! Venice looked fab - one of the places on my 'to go' list. x

Kathleen said...

Gorgeous snowflake and love your colour choice, beautiful CAS card, wish I could think to cut things twice for dimension. Also love the idea of how to use a smaller embossing folder, leaving the bottom free to add the die sentiment, if you follow that.

Kath x

Pia S said...

Simple and very decorative and beautiful design! They're not as easy to make as it might look, I love this style.
Venice is on my wishlist of places to visit. Never been there, but we enjoyed a lovely stay in Rome when hubby turned 50. Next year I'm turning 40, but haven't decided on where we'll go then yet...