This card came about from a design I found on Pinterest using just white and silver. I love the simplicity of them and they go great with snowflakes (one of my favorite-est things!). Without further ado...
How to make this card:
1. Cut your base from white cardstock and create fold. Cut a small section from ribbon and tie around the top of your card; creating a bow.
2. Using a snowflake punch ( I used Martha Stewart's Alpine Snowflake punch) punch at least 2 snowflakes out and place rhinestones in the center of each, set aside for later.
3. Cut a rectangle out of silver glittered cardstock; round the edges, this will be your mat piece. Cut another rectangle out, making sure it's 1/4" small than the silver one; round the edges.
4. Stamp snowflakes in a random pattern on the white cardstock, and place rhinestones in the center of them. If you choose to heat emboss; stamp your sentiment with Versamark then heat embossing powder to create your embossed sentiment.
5. Apply one of your snowflakes to the top of your cardstock using foam dimensional dots. Adhere the white on top of the silver using foam dimensional dots. Adhere the entire matted center piece to the card base also using foam dimensional dots.
6. Lastly, adhere second snowflake to center of bow on the top of the card.
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So until tomorrow and Christmas card #10(already!)...