Falling Snow Holiday Card – i-crafter July Release

Snowflake Border

Hello crafty friends!  

Welcome to today’s blog using products form the i-crafter July Release!  Let’s continue to celebrate Christmas in July.  I have created an easy die cut card, Falling Snow Holiday Card to share with you .  It features the  new Snowflake Border die and the Christmas Sentiments stamp set.

A – To create this A2 Card you will need: 

A2 card base cut from a light kraft cardstock 

one piece of 4″x 5 1/4″ cranberry cardstock for the card front 

one piece of 3’x 5 1/2″ country rose cardstock 

one piece of 3″ x 4″ white glitter stock

B – Cut the Snowflake Border die using the additional border from the country rose cardstock and snip the small piece connecting piece at the ends so you have the border die piece. 

D & E – Line up and cut out the main snowflake and two of the  smaller snowflake dies from the piece the glitterstock.  remove the two independent snowflakes and set them aside

F & G – Turn the snowflake and line up the cuts (you will be able to feel the  paper line up with pattern of the die edges. run this though your die cutting machine.   Once again, turn the snowflake and line it up with the die and die cut the remaining snowflake edge

H – You should have a pink  die cut snowflake border and the large glitter snowflake cut from the middle of the border die

I – Using liquid glue, outline the top of the pink snowflake around it’s border and in the middle of the snowflake too

J – Line up the glitter stock snowflake and glue it to the pink border as shown

K – Stamp the Season Greeting sentiment on  the upper right corner  of the piece of 4″x 5 1/4″ cranberry cardstock with clear pigment ink and add fine black embossing powder

L – Heat emboss the sentiment

M  & N – using s fine tiped white gel pen color in the “Season’s”  sentiment and add the shadowing to the word “Greetings” 

O – Adhere the Cranberry card front to the A2 kraft cardstock card base

P – Glue the snowflake border to the front of the card at a slight angle as shown

Q – to complete the card, add the two additional snow flakes to the front of the card 

These are the i-crafter products I used with this card:

Snowflake Border die

Christmas Sentiments stamp set

Thank you so much for stopping by the i-crafter blog post.  I hope you enjoyed learning how to create this easy Falling Snow Holiday Card using the Snowflake Border Die and the Christmas Sentiments stamp set. I love hearing from you, so leave me a message and tell me what is your favorite i-crafter product!   Let me know if you have any question!

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Jenn Gross

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