Monday, December 12, 2011

"Joy" Snowflake Card

Simple card to make - and I do not use any rubber stamps. 



Supplies Used:
Red cardstock - 8.5" x 5.5", scored and folded in half.
Two pieces of white cardstock, 4" x 5.25" 
D'Vine Swirl embossing folder by Cuttlebug
Marvy Uchida Silhouette Snowflake Punch
Capital Letters "J" and "Y" from the Round-a-Bout Sizzix Alphabet
Small pieces of red cardstock for the lettters and snowflake
6 Size 20 Crystals
Piece of red ribbon



Other Tools Required:
Big Kick, Big Shot, Cuttlebug or other die cut machine
Double Sided Tape
Quickie Glue Pen, or Zig Glue Pen
Tweezers


Instructions:

1.  Adhere one of the pieces of white paper to the inside of your card with double sided tape.

2. Using your die cut machine, emboss the other white piece of paper with the D'Vine Swirl embossing folder - or any other embossing folder you wish to use.  Then, using the machine, cut out the capital "J" and "Y" from the Round-a-Bout Sizzix Alphabet.  
 
 3.  Using a scrap piece of red cardstock, punch the snowflake.  
 
 4.  Make a bow out of your ribbon, wrap around the card front, and tape or glue down each side on the back side of the paper. Then adhere to card front using double sided tape.
 
 
 5.  Center the "J", the snowflake, and the "Y" and adhere to the card front using glue of your choice.
 6.  Adhere each of the crystals to the snowflake using glue of your choice.  
 
 7.  Sign your card and send to someone special.

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