Hello, friends! Have you started your holiday crafting yet? I am just dipping my toes into the holidays, and I was so excited to start the season making a card featuring the gorgeous Frosty Flake Layered Snowflake dies from Birch Press Design!
I started this winter-themed card by creating my background. I used white pigment ink and the Memory Box Fractal Diamond stencil to create a subtle background on a piece of light aqua cardstock. I then die cut two foliage pieces with Memory Box’s Silverdale Branch die, which is a gorgeous foliage die. I used Copic markers to color in the die cuts before adhering them to my card. A tip: to create dimension on your cards, don’t adhere the ends of your foliage die cuts. It’s so beautiful and interesting to see the ends of the die cuts floating from the surface of the card!
I then die cut all 3 layers from Birch Press Designs’s Frosty Flake, using vellum for layers A and C and white cardstock for layer B. I adhered this beautiful snowflake over my foliage. I then cut two smaller snowflakes from the Mini Snowflake Frame, using all 3 layers in the same configuration as the first snowflake. I adhered these on the edge of my card.
To finish the card, I heat embossed my sentiment from the Christmas Ornament and Labels stamp set on vellum. After adhering this to my card, I added white splatters over the whole surface and a few sparkly sequins here and there.
I hope you enjoyed this project! Thanks so much for stopping by today, and I’ll see you again soon with another Birch Press Design cardmaking project!