stylish sentiments: holiday revisited
snowflake sparkle and warmest wishes

introducing snowflake sparkle

Hi everyone and welcome to day 1 of the Papertrey Ink October release countdown! Today I would like to introduce my new set Snowflake Sparkle.

All of the new stamp sets and products that I am sharing today will be available to purchase on October 15th, 10PM ET, at Papertrey Ink.


I have always loved stamping with snowflake images and have designed a few snowflake stamps myself in the past. Here's another sweet and whimsical snowflake design that will be perfect for adding to your projects for the winter and holiday season that is quickly approaching!

The Snowflake Sparkle set includes 2 sizes of the larger snowflake, some small snowflake sparkles, and some holiday sentiments. The set retails for $5 and there are coordinating dies available!


For my project that I have to share with you today I created this set of tags with a new tag die that you will hear more about later in the countdown. I die cut the tag from kraft cardstock and added the snowflake to the front of the tag.

The snowflake is stamped and embossed on white cardstock with white embossing powder and then I added some Aqua Mist color to the snowflake with a water brush.


The sentiment is stamped in True Black and I accented the tag with a little bit of some new patterned paper and added some bakers twine to tie the tags to a package later on.

You can see more new products from the Papertey Ink October release and projects created with them over at Nichole's blog. You will be able to link up to other design team members sharing projects today and also to the stamp designers who have new products to share this month.

Thank you so much for stopping by today. I will be back soon with more to share!


all supplies from Papertrey Ink unless noted

Merry & Bright Tags

stamps: Snowflake Sparkle

ink: True Black, Versamark (Tsukineko)

cardstock: kraft, white, Holiday Plaids paper collection

other: Snowflake Sparkle die, Folded Tags die, white embossing powder, bakers twine (unknown)