Apr 2, 2021

Sparkly 'merry & bright' snowflake Christmas cards!

Hello, crafty Dies R Us fans! Leslie here from Love To Scrap 2, and I’m absolutely thrilled to be a new Dies R Us design team member! My debut project that I'm sharing with you today is a pair of  Christmas cards featuring the amazingly gorgeous Birch Press Design Mini Snowflake Frame Layer Set! I am so in love with this entire line of dies!



Okay, so let's get started!

1. Die cut two sets of Mini Snowflake Frame Layer Sets from Stardream Metallic Aquamarine cardstock, Stardream Metallic Lagoon cardstock and Silk Glitter Silvermist cardstock. Reverse the top and middle layer colors so the top layer of one snowflake is the slightly darker teal color and the other one is the lighter teal. The base layer for both sets is the silver glitter cardstock. 




2. Adhere the snowflake frame layers together with Layer C on the bottom, Layer B in the middle and Layer A on the top. 



3. Cut a standard A2 size card base from Neenah Classic Crest 110# Solar White cardstock for each  card along with an inside layering panel from Neenah Classic Crest 80# Solar White cardstock and front layering panels from Basis Teal cardstock and teal double-sided patterned paper. Reverse the sides of the patterned paper for each card. Also cut embellishing strips for the inside from leftover Basis Teal cardstock and the teal double-sided patterned paper. 



4. Adhere the Basis Teal cardstock and teal double-sided patterned paper layers together
for the front of each card, and adhere a snowflake frame to each panel. Stamp the sentiment twice in Versamark on Basis Teal cardstock and heat emboss in white. Cut into strips and adhere one to each front panel with Scotch 3M foam tape. For the inside of each card, adhere the Basis Teal cardstock and Neenah Classic Crest 80# Solar White cardstock layers together, and embellish each panel with a strip of teal double-sided patterned paper and narrow strip of teal cardstock used on the front. Then stamp the sentiment in teal ink. 



5. Adhere the panels to the front and inside of each card base, and voila - you're done! ;)


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Thanks so much for stopping by today - we'll see you next time!
Scrappy hugs,
Leslie


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