Make an Icy Winter Snowflake Thank You Card!

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Come see how to make an icy winter snowflake thank you card perfect for all season long!

We are so excited that Carol is sharing her version of how to make an icy winter snowflake thank you card – it’s SO perfect for this season! Card says “there’s not a bit of stamping on this card!  Just a stencil, and nesting dies, complete the card!” This sounds like fun – let’s take a look!

Carol does such a great job explaining things we are going to let her take it from here!

  • Using a palette knife, add texture paste through the Snowflake Stencil onto 80# white cardstock.  (I specifically used Nuvo Frostbite Glacier Paste.)
  • Evenly spread more texture paste onto a scrap of white cardstock (about 4″ x 2″ sized). Set both pieces aside to dry.  Be sure to wash up your stencil and tools immediately!

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  • All of the following die cuts are done with 80# Neenah Solar White cardstock:
  • Die cut one Nested Rectangle Scallop die (largest die).  Add foam tape to the back and adhere to an A2 card base.
  • Die cut one Nested Oval Scallop die (the middle die).
  • Die cut one Nested Oval Small Stitched die (4th smallest).
  • When the Snowflake stenciled piece is totally dry, die cut it with the 2nd largest Nested Rectangle Small Stitch die.  Use glue to adhere it onto the card base.
  • Die cut the shadow layer of the Thanks Word w/Shadow die from 80# Neenah.
  • Die cut the Thanks Word w/Shadow die (top layer) three times from 80# Neenah and one time from the dry scrap piece with the texture paste.
  • Use glue to adhere all of the layers of the Thanks die cuts together.
  • Glue the Thanks onto Nested Oval Stitched die cut and add foam tape to the back.
  • Adhered to the Scallop Oval die cut.

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  • Glue the oval with the sentiment onto the card base.
  • Use some coordinating sequins/bling and adhere to the snowflake centers and around the sentiment.

    There you have it – a GORGEOUS handmade thank you card with a beautiful icy finish! Can you see that sheen?


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Here are the things from the store that Carol used today:
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We don’t know about you but we are thinking of excuses to steal away to make an icy winter snowflake thank you card any chance we get!  Try this out and let us know what you think or share your own creation on our Facebook page so we can all be inspired together!

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