Disclaimer: Still not a fan of winter! LOL I sure have been stamping a lot lately with snowflakes and wintery themes as I’m working on my Christmas Cards. One of them is this gorgeous Rainbow Snowflakes Card!!! What do you think?
I just love the bright colors….surprise, surprise. 🙂 Also, this card is fairly simple to create with few layers and minimal stamping! The die cutting and poking out can make a person go crazy though! LOL
I started with a Bermuda Bay card base and then layered on a piece of that AMAZING Rainbow Glimmer Paper. This stuff is so beautiful and brings happiness to my life for sure! Each sheet is ombre of purple, blue, green, pink, orange, and yellow. Since this piece is only 4″ x 5-1/4″, you can pick which colors you use for your card! You can see 2 different color combinations with the samples here!
Next, I took a piece of Whisper White cardstock (3-3/4″ x 5″) and die cut 3 snowflakes using the So Many Snowflakes Dies. Try to leave a small little spot to put a greeting. I went super small since I used a greeting from the Itty Bitty Christmas Greetings Stamp Set! After die cutting the snowflakes, I delicately popped out the two smaller ones.
Check out the photo above and below these words. In the sample above, all of the pieces popped out from the snowflake center so I added Fine Tip Glue Pen to the edges and glues them off set to the coordinating one. The center is just hanging there. In the sample below, the snowflake centers stayed in and I added a Stampin’ Dimensional to the center to hold them in place and popped the snowflake in the middle. There was no intention on these 2 options, it just happened and I went with it!
I added the Whisper White cardstock to the card front with Stampin’ Dimensionals. This gives that 3D look and makes it pop more! The greeting was stamped in Bermuda Bay from the Itty Bitty Christmas Stamp Set. I did it on a piece of scrap Whisper White as to not mess us my super cute snowflake piece after all of that work. You can always use your favorite punch or just snip the ends diagonal. Then I finished off the card with some Rhinestones for additional bling!
This card would be perfect for any occasion throughout the Winter season so leave off the greeting till you need a card and then add it on!
For the inside of the card, I simply stamped some snowflakes and a greeting from the Snowflake Wishes Stamp Set in Bermuda Bay! Click here for one click shopping for the items used in this Rainbow Snowflakes cards!!!
REMINDER: Christmas is right around the corner. Let your friends and family know what you want with a Stampin’ Up List! Fill this out and pass it out to anyone who asks! All of my contact information is on there for them to reach out and place an order for you or order online! I have already had fun being an elf this year and helping some with early shopping!