Hi everyone! Today I’m sharing some snowflake cards for your holiday cardmaking. In my YouTube video, I will demonstrate how to use the Scrapbook.com new Slimline Snowflake stamp as well as their Snowflake Stencil to create some easy holiday cards. Whether you are a fan of slimline or A2-sized cards, I have some tips and tricks for you!
Check out my YouTube video to see how I made my cards.
For my first set of cards, I used the Scrapbook.com exclusive Slimline Snowflake stamp set coupled with the Scrapbook.com Cools Smooth Cardstock paper pack to create these colorful slimline cards. The paper pack has a variety of cardstock colors in greens, blues, and purples. The cardstock is slimline in size which measures 3 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ which is the perfect size for a slimline card front. I also used the Scrapbook.com Neenah Solar White Ultra Thick Slimline Cards & Envelopes. This is a pack of 10 slimline card bases and envelopes. The Scrapbook.com slimline paper from the paper pad fits perfectly on these slimline card bases.
I stamped the Slimline Snowflake background stamp using white pigment ink onto a cardstock sheet from the slimline paper pad and then heat embossed it with white embossing powder. The Slimline Snowflake stamp also comes with a “Ho Ho Ho” sentiment stamp which I also heat embossed and added to the front of the card. I made a card in each color from the paper pad.
For my second card, I used the same Slimline Snowflake stamp set to make an A2 size card. I wanted to demonstrate how you can use a slimline background stamp and use it for a smaller card. I cut 1/2″ strips from the paper pad in each of the different colors and added them to a white piece of cardstock that measures 2 3/4″ x 4″. I stamped the snowflake background stamp onto the colorful cardstock layer and then stamped the sentiment on top. I layered a piece of black cardstock underneath which measures 2 7/8″ x 4 1/8″. I used foam adhesive to add the sentiment to a white A2 card base.
For my third card, I used the Scrapbook.com exclusive Snowflake stencil. I used the Scrapbook.com Metallic Frost ink to ink the snowflakes from the stencil onto a piece of black cardstock that measures 3 1/8″ x 8 1/8″. I used the Scrapbook.com Vintage Type Lowercase stamp set to stamp the sentiment “Winter Wishes” at the top of the card layer. I heat embossed the sentiment with white embossing powder. Lastly, I stenciled some snowflakes onto the envelope.
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—Scrapbook.com Vintage Type Lower Stamp Set – https://shrsl.com/32lgj
—Scrapbook.com Vintage Type Upper Stamp Set – https://shrsl.com/32lgm
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–Misti Stamping Tool (This Misti has a 6″ x 7″ platform.) — https://shrsl.com/31281
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2 thoughts on “Snowflake Cards with Scrapbook.com – Christmas in July”
Good morning Lisa. Can you by chance tell me what type of chipboard you use for your projects? I’m trying to duplicate your onesie and the chipboard i grabbed from Michael’s won’t cut with the die cut?
I hope everything is going well for you.
Gratitude is Contagious,
Susan Sheehy Premier South Real Estate 704-451-0563 http://Www.susansheehy.com
Hi Susan. Here’s a link to the chipboard I use. I purchase it from Amazon. https://amzn.to/3q7RVK5