Holiday Card Series 2013 – Snow Flurries


Day 6

Today’s card design puts us half way through the series and this is another great card for mass production! I chose a cherry card base with all four corners rounded using my Corner Chomper tool set at ½”. The snowflake image was randomly stamped all over the card front in Versamark ink and dusted with white embossing powder, then heat set.


I then cut a strip of vellum card stock and used seattle ink to stamp the sentiment on the vellum. I wrapped this panel around the card front, attaching it with tape adhesive on the inside of the card and the finishing touch is a bit of stitched grosgrain ribbon in fern to add some texture and a bit of green. This card design would be really cute wrapped in twine (instead of the ribbon), with a little jingle bell added, too!


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  1. I love the snowflakes done in the traditional Christmas red and green colors. I’m going to make some with the little Jingle Bells and Twine as you suggested. So sweet! I love Amuse Studio’s “Ball O’ Twine” as I call it! It seems like it would never run out and at a really reasonable price, too.
    I’m loving all of your Christmas series, thanks Kris!

  2. This is so festive and fun!! Love it!!