So, let's get to it! Today's card features a simple design in colors that don't always come to mind as a holiday combination but look great together! If you love snowmen, glitter and cute little red birds, then this may be the card for you!
To make this card:
1. Cut base cardstock and creat fold. Mat printed snowman paper on top half-ish of card and be sure to round the corners to create the same look as mine. Go around the edges of your snowmen with a fine or chisel tipped glue pen and add fine white glitter to add some sparkle to your snowmen.
2. The snowflakes on the bottom were dry embossed on and a fine white glitter applied to the center of most of them. If you don't have access to a machine to dry emboss, you could heat emboss them on or even use another printed paper with snowflakes on them. OR even leave the bottom plain white. Any of these options would look great and work well with this design!
3. For the middle, I cut ribbon and adhered it. Next create a multi-looped bow to adhere to the center. For the snowflake, I used a paper punch and added glue and fine glitter all over the top, this will tie it in to the glitter on the snowflakes and snowmen.
4. To finish off your look, I added a cardinal that I had leftover from another card project (these are a multipack of Jolee's cardinals). The sentiment is part of another stamp that I stamped in Versamark and heat embossed with red glitter embossing powder. I cut it out with some fine point scissors and adhere with a foam dimensional dot.
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