Stampin’ Up! Snowflake Card

By | September 26, 2014

Today’s card is a pop-up card using the Snowflake Card Thinlits Die.   The Lost Lagoon Card Stock was cut to 6 1/4″ x 5 1/2″.  The All Is Calm Designer Series Paper was also cut to  1/4″ x 5 1/2″.  I adhered these two together and then cut it using the Snowflake Card Thinlits Die.   The die also gives you two score lines – use the bone folder to give it a sharp crease.

1-DSC03881-001I used the medium snowflake to die cut the  Silver Glimmer Paper and small snowflake to die cut the Lost Lagoon Card Stock.  They were  attached to the large snowflake.

I added a small rhinestone to the center of the snowflake.

I’ve included a video from Stampin’ Up! (see below) that shows you how to make and put the snowflake together.  It’s really simply!

Note:   I recommend Tombow Adhesive for adding the Lost Lagoon Card Stock to the Silver Glimmer Paper.

Here’s a picture of the card front and back without the fold.

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To make the band (keeps the card closed), I cut a strip of All IS Calm Designer Series Paper 1″ x 8 3/4″ and wrapped it around the card.  The extra 1/4 gives you the necessary overlap to adhere the ends together.

The sentiment Joy is one of the smaller die cuts in the set.  I’ve included a picture of everything you get in the set.

Note:  Always use wax paper when using smaller die cuts – believe me, I learned the hard way!

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It’s easy to add movement to your holiday cards when you use the Snowflake Card Thinlits Dies. This video will show you how to use the dies to create a fun moveable card for holiday cards and invitations.

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Ordering is easy and simple and you’ll have your products within seven days.  Don’t want to mess with it?   Simply call or e-mail and I’ll do the work for you.  

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