I made a frame with her to give as a gift this year. I have so many friends that love handmade gifts better than anything you could ever buy them. I do plan on making more of these for my kids Teachers except my oldest as she will be 17 soon and she has outgrown giving them gifts, but she will probably want me to make something for her friends.
I just used a 5x7 wooden frame and glued the DP I wanted to use on it and used a bone folder to smooth and get rid of all the access glue so it wouldn't bubble up. I cut around the frame with my craft knife to get rid of the access DP and then sanded the edges and ran some white pigment ink around the edges.
I used another 3D Sizzix die snowflake cutout and added some very fine MS glitter to it, well I covered it in glue and glitter and it is sooooooo sparkly in person. But my pic doesn't show all the sparkle. I added some MS snow around the frame too. I love the colors blue, brown and silver for winter/Snowflake creations, its so warm feeling with all the cold.
I also made one last snowflake fairy ornament which are all 3 now on my Christmas tree. I need to make more as my Mom and friends loved them and want some for themselves.
Don't forget that these won't be available till December 6, at All That Scraps, in both rubber and Digi so until them make sure you head on over to Amy's blog and leave her some love on all 3 snowflake post for a chance to win one for yourself and some other goodies before they are available for purchase.
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Also make sure you check out Traci and Rachel's creations also to see what they came up with using Neva!!
Thanks again Amy for letting me be a part of your Sweet November Snowflake Fairy previews. I have had a blast creating with them.