Today I'm playing along with the Reverse Confetti November Stock Your Stash Challenge.
I decided to use the new Snowflake Magic stamp set and coordinating Confetti Cuts to make a wintery holiday card. I wanted to use a taller card format so I could fit on several snowflakes. The card base is 8.5 inches tall by 4 inches wide. I then cut a panel of Bristol Smooth card stock slightly smaller to create an ombre' background.
I sponged on Spun Sugar, Tattered Rose, and Festive Berries Distress Oxide ink - keeping it light towards the top and going darker at the bottom. I added 7 snowflakes to the background. Three are die cut from plain white card stock and four are stamped and heat embossed with Ranger Silver Tinsel embossing powder.
I stamped the sentiment with Festive Berries ink to coordinate with the background. I added a little dimensional embellishment by dotting the open spaces with Gloss White Nuvo Crystal Drops. Lastly I adhered a cluster of clear sparkling sequins to the center of the white snowflakes.