Lawn Fawn Inspiration WeeK: Snowflake Trio Stencil

Welcome everyone ! Lawn Fawn Inspiration Week is finishing up and today I’m sharing some cards using the Snowflake Trio Stencil. You know I love my stencils and bonus when it includes snowflakes!

Did I geek out a little when I got my hands on this stencil? Yes! I used it on quite a few of the cards I’ve shared recently during Inspiration Week.

For today’s projects, I’m using it as a focal point for my cards.

For my first card, I’m going with a classic look. I applied Silver Glitz Glitter Gel to a white panel.

The sentiment is heat embossed in Silver onto Peacock cardstock using the Winter Wavy Sayings die cut using the Fancy Wavy Banner.

I popped the banner up on the cardstock with foam squares and added my panel to a Fog card base.

I also added a few embellishments using the Lawn Fawn liquid glue.

Simple and elegant.

Next I went on to the opposite side of the spectrum and did a full on rainbow. Well… partial rainbow since I couldn’t fit purple onto the panel.

I ink blended a rainbow using Distress Oxides and then applied the Snowflake Trio with Iridescent Glitz Glitter Gel.

This time the sentiment is heat embossed in Silver onto White card stock.

Oh I just love stencils!

Hope you enjoyed all of the inspiration I’ve been sharing! Thank you for stopping by!

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