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Snowflake Cards with Scrapbook.com – Christmas in July

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!

Christmas in July - Snowflake Cards - Scrapbook.com

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.

Christmas in July - Snowflake Cards - Scrapbook.com

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.

Christmas in July - Snowflake Cards - Scrapbook.com

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.

Christmas in July - Snowflake Cards - Scrapbook.com

Supplies:

—SUPPLIES—

—Scrapbook.com Slimline Snowflake Stamp – https://shrsl.com/32lfu
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—Scrapbook.com Snowflake Stencil – https://shrsl.com/32lfn

—Scrapbook.com Stainless Steel 4” Scissors – https://shrsl.com/32lfz

—Scrapbook.com Stainless Steel 5” Scissors – https://shrsl.com/32lg1

—Scrapbook.com Pops of Color – Peal Seafoam – https://shrsl.com/32lg4

—Scrapboook.com Cools – Smooth Cardstock Slimline Paper Pad – https://shrsl.com/32lga

—Shop all Scrapbook.com Paper Pads Here — https://shrsl.com/32lgd

—Scrapbook.com Card and Envelope Set with Flat Panels – Slimline Neenah Solar White – 10 Pack – https://shrsl.com/32lgi

—Scrapbook.com Vintage Type Lower Stamp Set – https://shrsl.com/32lgj

—Scrapbook.com Vintage Type Upper Stamp Set – https://shrsl.com/32lgm

—Scrapbook.com Premium Pigment Ink Pad – Pure White – https://shrsl.com/32lgs

—Scrapbook.com Premium Pigment Ink Pad – Metallic Frost – https://shrsl.com/32lgv

—Scrapbook.com Ink Blending Tool with Domed Foam Applicator – https://shrsl.com/32lgz

–Scrapbook.com Smart Craft Glue – https://shrsl.com/32lgo

—Scrapbook.com Double Sided Adhesive Foam Roll 1/4 Inch – https://shrsl.com/32lh5

—Scrapbook.com Repositionable Adhesive Dots Roller – https://shrsl.com/32lha

—Scrapbook.com Clear Double Sided Adhesive Sheets – 8.5 x 11 Inches  – https://shrsl.com/32ll4

—Scrapbook.com – Clear Double Sided Adhesive Roll – 1/4 Inch  – https://shrsl.com/32ll8

—Scrapbook.com – Mint Tape – https://shrsl.com/32lmy

—EK Success Powder Tool – https://shrsl.com/32ljk

—Ranger Ink – Wendy Vecchi – Make Art – Stay-tion – https://shrsl.com/32ljn

—Ranger Ink – White Embossing Powder  – https://shrsl.com/32ljq

—Ranger Ink – Tim Holtz – Distress Sprayer  – https://shrsl.com/32lk1

—Shop Heat Tools here — https://shrsl.com/32ljv

—Tsukineko – VersaFine – Pigment Ink Pad – Onyx Black https://shrsl.com/32llc

—Tsukineko – Memento – Fade Resistant Dye Ink Pad – Tuxedo Black – https://shrsl.com/32lni

—Spellbinders – Self Adhesive Gems – Silver Mix – https://shrsl.com/32ljz

—Therm O Web – iCraft – Repositionable Adhesive – Pixie Spray For Stencils – https://shrsl.com/32lmu

—Therm O Web – Zots – Small Clear Adhesive Dots –  https://shrsl.com/32lng

—Sakura White Gelly Roll Pen – https://shrsl.com/32ln5

–Misti Stamping Tool (This Misti has a  6″ x 7″ platform.) — https://shrsl.com/31281

—Shop ALL MISTI sizes here — https://shrsl.com/32lkr

The links above are affiliate links. When you click on on my link and make a purchase, I get a small commission of the sale at NO extra cost to you. Using my links helps me be able to bring in more content to show you on my channel. I appreciate your support! Thank you!

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Happy Crafting!

Lisa

2 thoughts on “Snowflake Cards with Scrapbook.com – Christmas in July”

  1. 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

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