Snow Easy! Quick Easy Christmas Card Puts On a “Snow”!
The perfect quick easy Christmas card is also beautiful! The photo just doesn’t do this snowflake justice. It is embossed with the Winter Wonderland Textured Impressions Embossing Folder – big name but so easy! It might just be my favorite new product from the Stampin’ Up Holiday Catalog! One pass through your Big Shot Machine and you’re on your way! Here are the details!
- The card base measures 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″ cut from Real Red cardstock (that’s half a sheet).
- The second layer is 4″ x 5 1/4″ Whisper White cardstock. Center it in the Winter Wonderland Embossing Folder and run it through the Big Shot to make the giant snowflake impression. Adhere to card front with tape runner.
- A snowflake was cut from the Trim Your Stocking Thinlit Dies out of Real Red cardstock. (or use a similar snowflake punch or die you already have). The stocking thinlit makes a pillow box and stocking pillow box as well as lots of extras I have used for other projects. I found it well worth the investment.
- The snowflake is attached to the center of the embossed snowflake with a mini dimensional and embellished with a clear faceted gem.
- Cut 8″ of baker’s twine and the small label from the Trim Your Stocking Dies.
- Stamp the label with a word or snowflake. I used the word “joy” from the Christmas Pines Stamp Set.
- Thread the twine through the label hole and under the small snowflake. Tie in a knot around the snowflake and trim twine ends to desired length.
- Cut a 3 3/4″ x 5″ piece of white computer paper. Stamp with sentiment of your choice and adhere to inside of card. I used a sentiment from the Snowflake Sentiments Stamp Set (another versatile stamp set with lots of good sentiments and snowflake decorations).
The supplies I used are pictured below. You can click on the product to get more info in my online store. Or click HERE to go directly to the store if you want to shop. Be sure to use the November Hostess Code RGV7J3T3 to get a special surprise from me! I love to pamper my customers and really appreciate your support.
Lynda Falconer, Independent Stampin’ Up Demonstrator