Hello everyone! Rosemary here today. I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas celebration with family and friends. Now that Christmas is past it is time to think about thanking people for the gifts given. With that in mind I made a wintry thank you card using several Birch Press Design snowflake dies. Let’s take a look at what I made.
When I made the light blue snowflake ornament for my last post I had lots of scraps of the panels I had made left over. I decided to die cut lots of snowflakes using the Felicity Snowflakes die set with the idea to use them on a card.
I then pulled out the Frosty Flake Layering die set and determined an arrangement of the flakes that I liked. I then die cut the Frosty Flake layers from a very pale blue cardstock, silver glitter cardstock and white.
To give the layered snowflake more dimension and movement I only adhered the layers together in the very center. Adhering the snowflake together this way also created some off-setting of the layers which I think looks really pretty.
I die cut a piece of white cardstock with a rectangle die and then arranged all the snowflakes on the panel as you see. When adhering the smaller snowflakes I only used the liquid adhesive on the centers of them so that there is a little bit of dimension and movement. I foiled the sentiment using Thank You Noted Script hot foil plate using a light blue foil and then die cut with the matching die. I adhered that to the card using a combination of foam squares and liquid adhesive. An icy blue fairy jewel was added to the center of the large snowflake to finish off the card.
I hope you enjoyed today’s project. Thanks for stopping by and have a very, very happy new year!