I've used heat embossing (a little hard to see in the photo) glitter, rhinestones, sequins and Stickles glitter glue on the snow, plenty of sparkle and shine lol.
I have also come across another challenge site that I thought I wouldn't mind participating in called "CAS Colours & Sketches". To that end I have used this weeks sketch from that challenge for the card.
In the past I have used ordinary masking tape with varied results but often as not I would end up with some of the edges bleeding into the clean area. A couple of weeks ago while visiting one of our more expensive art suppliers I spotted some artists masking tape and even though it was three times more expensive I bought a roll and I'm thrilled with it's efficiency. I think it will last me quite a while but even so I will be purchasing more.
Using my stamp positoner I stamped the greeting in SU Tempting Turquoise then over stamped with Versa Mark - Watermark and heat embossed with clear embossing powder - shiny.
Using an SU Fine-tip glue pen I put glue onto the snow flakes and then shook glitter onto them. I placed clear rhinestones in the centre of the flakes and scattered some sequins around.
Last but not least I put some Snowtex onto the bottom of the card for snowy hills and once this was dry I pounced some Stickles - Star Dust glitter glue over the Snowtex.
I stamped the bottom of the insert as well as the envelope just for some added interest and that is it.
Thank you for stopping by and I hope this has inspired you to create something.