Artisan Design Team - December 2022 - Joyful Flurry

Hello and welcome to my blog! Today I am sharing my last Stampin' Up!® Artisan project which is part of the December monthly showcase projects for the Stampin' Up!® Artisan Design Team! 

For this month's projects, I was asked to use the Joyful Flurry Bundle which consists of the Joyful Flurry Stamp Set and Frosted Flurry Dies. 

Don't forget to visit the Stampin' Up!® Corporate Facebook Page (here) or the Stampin' Up Official Instagram page (here) to see what the other Artisan Team Members have created with this set. 

Here is the Joyful Flurry Bundle:

Joyful Flurry Stamp Set:

The Frosted Flurry Dies :

Happy Christmas


- Use Very Vanilla for the base and layer with Polished Pink. Use a piece of Petal Pink and use the various snowflakes from the Frosted Flurries Dies and die cut into the piece of Petal Pink. Stamp snowflakes from the Joyful Flurries stamp set onto this piece with Polished Pink ink. 

- Die cut snowflakes from Gold & Vanilla Glimmer Specialty Paper using the dies and adhere to the snowflakes and the card. Add some Iridescent Rhinestone Basic Jewels to the snowflakes.  Stamp the sentiment from the Joyful Flurry set using Polished Pink onto Very Vanilla and adhere.


Use your Take Your Pick tool to lift the die cut arms of the snowflakes to show the Polished Pink card underneath. 

Let It Snow


- Use a piece of Very Vanilla and die cut two circles using the Layering Circles Dies. Emboss wit the Snowflake Wintry Embossing Folder. Stamp the snowflakes using Versamark ink and heat emboss with White Stampin' Emboss Powder and die cut the Frosted Flurry Dies. Layer these with snowflakes die cut from Glimmer Specialty Paper with the Frosted Flurry dies.  Add Rhinestone Basic Jewels to the centre of the snowflakes.

- Use the Snowflake Specialty Vellum 2 pieces of  2" x 12", score at 1/4" intervals and accordion fold the pieces and then adhere to each other, flatten the one long piece into a rosette and use glue to adhere to it at the centre. Adhere the snowflake circle on top with the glue. Repeat this process to create the second rosette.

- Stamp the sentiment from the Joyful Flurry using Tuxedo Black onto Very Vanilla. Die cut with one of the label dies from the Frosted Flurry Dies. Adhere to the first snowflake. Use a piece of White Glittered Organdy Ribbon, loop behind one of the rosettes and adhere both the rosettes and snowflake decorations to it to create a hanging Christmas ornament. Add some Iridescent Rhinestone Basic Jewels to the centres of the snowflakes.


- Use a Hot Glue Gun to glue the rosette together, to adhere the snowflake topper and also to adhere the White Glittered Organdy Ribbon.

- Use Patterned Paper,  Specialty paper or Plain Vellum to create the Rosettes to create a different look.

I have a new tutorial bundle available this month. The December 2022 Create With Us Tutorial Bundle features 15 tutorials from Stampin' Up!® designers from around the world and this month we have all created projects that are Giftable. This is an amazing tutorial with so many fantastic ideas.

Visit my Tutorial Page HERE to purchase this bundle.

I also have a tutorial bundle available highlighting the Splendid Day Suite Collection containing 27 Tutorials from myself and demonstrators from all over the world. All tutorials contain measurements in both Imperial and Metric.

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