Hi everyone! I made this tissue box cover a while ago that my friend Diane Zechman designed a while back. You can find the tutorial on Splitcoast Stampers here. That one was made with a fall theme and I never changed it! My plan was to make one for each of the seasons, but that never materialized. So I finally made a winter themed cover.
I searched high and low for some snowflake paper in my stash and I had lots, but most was in the 6x6 pads and I didn't have enough. I found this old SU paper called Wintergreen which had just what I was looking for. I used two different patterns from the pack and white cardstock as my base. The lace is actually a lace tape that I purchased at AC Moore I believe. The snowflake was cut from grunge paper and white cardstock, then glued together for some stability. Then I covered it with glossy accents and clear rock candy distress glitter and a blue glitter dot. These are just so pretty and actually very durable. I forgot to take a picture of the top. The top is cut with a decorative Spellbinder's die.
That's it for today. Thanks for stopping by!
Paper: PTI white, Wintergreen dp (SU retired)
Accessories: Lace tape, Let It Snowflakes die (MFT), clear rock candy distress glitter, glossy accents, glitter dot, Spellbinder's die