Snowflake Rainbow

All I’ve been doing lately is making Christmas cards. Only 50 more to go and I’m done, at least I hope I am. Saw something similar to this on Pinterest and decided to make my own version.

Using glitter scraps I die cut the snowflakes and arranged them as you see here. Glued them down and added some gems to centers. I liked the effect so I actually cut a bundle of snowflakes in different scrap pieces for use later. They take a while to separate from the die so doing a few saves me time later. I also had the sentiment already stamped but it didn’t work for the original card so used it here on top of a sticker oval I had left from something else. Adhered to red card front to give a festive look.

8 thoughts on “Snowflake Rainbow

  1. All these cards are gorgeous!! I think this one is my favorite. Previously I said blue was my favorite color for snowflake cards but after seeing this one I’m not so sure 😉

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  2. If it wasn’t so tedious to die cut these in the thick glitter cs – I would do a series, but on my machine I have to run it through several times so I’ve only done one with the glitter. Several are done is a thinner cs though.

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  3. Love the different colored snowflakes. The design, once again, is lovely. I bought some SSS glitter cardstock last year and it works well for die cuts and doesn’t flake but with those intricate dies I normally run them through my Big Shot at least two times.

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  4. Lately I am finding my BigShot isn’t cutting as well as I would like it to and this particular glitter paper is thicker so I ended up having to use a metal shim to get them to cut properly and I ran them through 3 times. Don’t want to have to do that too often, but the thinner cs works okay so I did more using thinner stock.

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