Throwback Thursday: Wonderful Words: Snow

Welcome to Throwback Thursday! Today, Lexi and Ashley are revisiting the Wonderful Words: Snow stamp set and coordinating die.

“I love snowy stamps, probably because I don’t get much of the real stuff in my southern life! With the holiday break coming to an end, a bonus snow day off is a January dream, so I was inspired by that particular sentiment combo along with shaking up some fake flakes. With several options in Wonderful Words: Snow, this design could easily be duplicated for a variety of occasions. Stop by my blog for a closer look!”


  • STAMPS: Wonderful Words: Snow
  • INK: Spring Rain, Dark Indigo
  • PAPER: Stamper’s Select White, Spring Rain
  • DIES: Wonderful Words: Snow, Pierced Feature Frames
  • OTHER: MISTI, mix of clear and iridescent filler (flakes, glitter, sequins)

CLICK HERE to visit Lexi’s blog to see more!

“It’s the season where we welcome snow with open arms. So, I made a card filled with “snow much fun!” Check out my post today to see reasons why you may share a snow card with a friend or loved one…I have a few reasons.”


  • STAMPS: Wonderful Words: Snow, Background Basics: Celestial Sky
  • INK: Ocean Tides, Versamark
  • PAPER: Aqua Mist, Stamper’s Select White, Sheer Basics Vellum
  • DIES: Wonderful Words: Snow, Damask Snowflakes, Mix & Mat: Confetti, Heart Prints
  • OTHER: white embossing powder (Filigree), crystal coarse glitter (Martha Stewart), create a sticker (Xyron), Sweet Blush felt

CLICK HERE to visit Ashley’s blog to see more!

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  • 1
    Helen says:

    Just love these snow cards. The designs are so refreshing (like a snow day!) and the attention to details so inspiring. tfs

  • 2
    Mary Lou Kemp says:

    I love the shaker snow card with all the silver glittery iridescent flakes. Beautiful time of year and I love snow.

  • 3
    Stephanie Clapper says:

    I love both of your pretty designs and the fact that you help us to think in different ways- with the same stamp. Beautifully done Lexi, thanks so much! 🙂

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