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Snow Fever!

I made the mistake of sharing with my son that we would be going to visit my parents in the next couple of months. And telling him that they have snow. Oh! My! Goodness! Snow!!! That’s all he can talk about. Unfortunately, he doesn’t have a good grasp of time and all he can talk about is going to see his grandparents and playing in the snow.

To direct his energy and snow talk into something concrete, we made snowflakes out of old soda cans. I cut the cans with my Craft and Rubber scissors (note – this will make sharp edges – don’t let children help at this stage!). Cut off the top and bottom of the can, leaving a rectangle of aluminum (remember, sharp edges! Be careful!) Then I flattened the can and ran it through my Big Shot with my Snowflake #2 die. The resulting snowflake’s edges are much safer to the touch. I finished the project by using my paper-piercing tool to insert a Square Fire Brad into the center and then popped it onto a strip of Designer Series Paper with a Stampin’ Dimensional. The tin is from Stampin’ Up’s Clearance Rack which you can find by clicking on the shop now button on my online store. Only 99 cents while supplies last.

I made a bunch of these tins to hold gift cards at Christmas. Quick and easy packaging!

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