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Snowflake Christmas card

Snowflake Christmas card

Description

A card with a snowflake design punched three times and backed with hologram paper. Decorated with glitter glue lines and a greetings sticker.

Materials used

  • Sheet of grey card 208mm x 152mm
  • Glitter glue clear or silver
  • Large snowflake punch
  • Sticker No. 18 Seasons Greetings
  • Silver hologram paper with self-adhesive backing

Inside showing punched holes
Inside showing punched holes on the left and hologram paper on the right

Method

Fold the grey card in half to make an upright card.

Rule lines of glitter glue across the front of the card.

Fix a Seasons Greetings sticker to the card.

Punch three snowflake holes down the right hand side of the front fold of the card.

Punch three snowflake shapes from hologram paper.

Position the snowflakes inside the card by using the front fold as a position guide and applying them through the holes.


Snowflake card made by Trish Caudle.

Sticker image used by kind permission of the copyright owners and may not be reproduced elsewhere without their permission.

This project was originally published at Card Inspirations. It is reproduced here here with kind permission. Card Inspirations are sponsors of the Card Making Inspirations web site.


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