Oooh, it is so super close to Christmas and you may have your cards sent out already. If not, this one will be perfect! You can whip a bunch of these up lickety split and have them in the mailbox in no time!
If you’ve already gotten the Holiday Cards out, what about replacing the “Merry Christmas” with a “Thank You”?
If you missed my KISS Card tutorial from earlier in the week, SEE IT HERE.
Start out by preparing all the pieces for your card. Take two sheets of cardstock, cut them in half and fold them in half.
Cut your main pattern of DSP to 2 x 5-1/2″.
Cut the 2nd pattern of DSP to 1/2″ x 5-1/2.
Cut out your snowflakes.
Stamp your greeting towards the top of your card base. Do this first in case you mess up! If you do, you can stamp at the bottom and adhere your DSP higher on the card.
Add SNAIL adhesive to the back of all your DSP, adhere them to the card base, then add dimensionals to your snowflakes. Attach them to the card, add some glitter and a 1″ circle punch of DSP.
Stampin’ Up Supplies:
- More Merry Messages Stamp Set
- Cardstock: Very Vanilla
- Ink: Gumball Green
- Accessories: 127813 Snowflurry Bigz Die, 126896 Be of Good Cheer DSP, Dazzling Details, 1″ Circle Punch
Thank you for visiting today! I hope you enjoyed this bit of inspiration.
Click here to view my video using the Hearts a Flutter Stamp Set with the Chalkboard Technique!