Beautiful and Easy Handmade Winter Cards Idea!

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Today’s design for beautiful and easy handmade winter cards is so stunning and versatile and perfect for batch making!

If you are looking for ideas for beautiful and easy handmade winter cards that you can use for just about any occasion, we have what might be the perfect design right here! This card comes together in no time and because the steps are super simple, you can break them up, do them all in slivers of time and then put cards together as you go or in one fun assembly session.

Let’s take a look at how Annie made this for us and get this one on our to-do list!

On a piece of white card panel sized card stock, Annie stamped the frame from our Snowflake Frame With Phrase set with Versamark ink and heat embossed it with white powder. Using Arctic, Sky and Odyssey Color Fuse Ink from Set #7, she blended the colors over the embossing, concentrating the darker shades around the top edges of the panel.

She then smeared her Sky and Odyssey Color Fuse Ink cubes onto a craft sheet and scooped up the ink with a paintbrush to add some splatters over the panel. This is an easy and quick way to add some texture to any project and if you have our Color Fuse Reinkers, even faster!

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Next Annie used our Deer Family die set to cut the deer from both white and silver glitter card stock and then used the flattest hill die from our Tabbed Mountain set to do the same. She adhered all her white die cuts over the silver, letting the silver peek out on one side to create a shimmering halo.

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For her sentiment, Annie stamped her choice from our Cute Snowmen set with blue ink onto a scrap of white card stock and then fussy cut around it leaving a slim border.

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To assemble her card, Annie, adhered her inked panel to a card base with dimensional adhesive. The then added her die cut elements and her sentiment with more foam tape to create some lovely depth.

Thanks to all the texture in the background and the beautiful hint of sparkle combined with the layered depth, this card needed nothing else to be just stunning!

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To batch make this card, here’s how we would break it down:

  • Stamping and heat emboss all the panels;
  • Ink all the panels;
  • Die cut all the elements;
  • Adhere all the die cuts together;
  • Stamp and cut all the sentiments;
  • Assemble!
    Here’s what you will want to have on hand from the store to make this same card:
    Rubbernecker Blog a2a9e4c5-ed14-46dc-a2f1-4a7ec8629b97  Rubbernecker Blog We hope you try out making at least one of these beautiful and easy handmade winter cards and remember that with a simple sentiment swap, this card can be used for any occasion!

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