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Tuesday, August 22, 2017

DIY Snowfall Stencil and Winter Nights Distress Ink Card


Hello Tutti fans!  Christmas creatacation continues with my all time favorite Tutti Designs Christmas die!  I simply love the Viney Christmas Tree die cut for its intricate lines and sleek silhouettes!


 I made this winter nights card with Distress Inks and a DIY snowfall stencil.


My friends and I were having an art weekend and decided to make our own snowfall stencil with a Japanese screw punch onto plastic sheeting.  It takes a little effort, but the end result was fabulous!  Just punch into the plastic over a cutting board making more punches at the top and fewer at the bottom for a falling look.


I used my ribbon wrap to help highlight the words at the bottom of the die and stamped a coordinating sentiment.  I hope you like it and will give the stencil making a try.

Purchase your Viney Christmas Tree die HERE today!


8 comments:

  1. That Christmas Tree is so pretty and just gorgeous all in white! Clever to create your own snowy stencil! And I just adore how you hi-lighted the word Christmas with your ribbon, which is also pretty! FAB card!

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  2. Its Beautiful card I loved the night sky

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  3. Beautiful card and I love your snowy background ... great job! Your overall design is just heavenly!

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  4. This is a beautiful card which led me to order a few things on Tutti Designs.

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    1. Thank you Darlene! I'm so excited you were spurred onto shopping! You will love your Tutti Designs dies! Thanks for the comment. Hugs, Autumn

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  5. The Christmas tree die is gorgeous and what fun to make your own stencil - the snowfall looks very impressive indeed! x

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  6. So beautiful, fabulous background and the prettiest of card that anyone would love to receive x So a pretty and delicate die...Stunning x

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  7. Beautiful, love this! Your stencil is awesome, reminds me of my SSS Falling Snow stencil, but better because the holes are bigger. Gorgeous card and die cut! Hugs :-)

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