I had a special request from a dear friend that asked me if I could make a special Christmas card for each of her three children so she could give them to them this holiday season. I said; "how about snowflakes on it"? She agreed and here is the final outcome. She was pleased when I gave them to her. Once again it's so difficult to photograph all white cards.
I was able to type a very nice Christmas verse in the inside of each card and printed their name on each card to personalize it.
I started out with my Cuttlebug Embossing folder and stamped the background with pretty little snowflakes on it. I managed to also use my double sided Sookwang tape and Glitter Ritz Micro Fine Glitter (to burnish it) and glam it up a bit on the bottom and then stamp Merry Christmas on it.
I used 2 different sized Martha Stewart snowflakes and my Marianne Designs Die Cut (shaped like a huge snowflake). I also used a very tiny little snowflake punch from Michael's Arts and Craft store from their $1 bin and stamped them in silver glitter paper to set off the white snow flakes and to add more glitter to the card. I also dabbed a tiny amount of Stickles Iridescent Crystal color all around each snowflake to make it look as if each snowflake was glistening in the sunlight.
I hope these pictures give you the general idea here?
May you all get working and stamping like Santa's little elves and soon
share a crafty little Christmas with your family and friends.