Stitched Snowflake Cutouts Christmas Card

My second Christmas card uses another Poppystamps die, the Stitched Snowflake Cutouts die.  I couldn’t find it for purchase on their website, so it must be retired, but it is still available online at other retailers with a quick search.  This is a fairly quick and simple card.  I used the die to cut out the snowflakes from the front panel of a pre-scored blue card.  I saved the die cuts for use on another project.  Then, I glued a piece blue foil on the inside, front of the card so it would show through the snowflake cutouts on the front of the card.  To give it more pizzazz, I cut out some more snowflakes from another blue foil piece and adhered them over the snowflake cutouts on the front of the card at a different angle.  I was very pleased with the look.  Finally, I chose three different ways to apply a greeting to the front of the card:  heat embossing, die cut and ink, and plain ink.  Hope you enjoy!  The image is below followed by my YouTube video and finally the links to the products I used on the card (I am an Amazon affiliate).


Poppystamps 1305 Stitched Snowflake craft die (retired but still available online with a search)
ELMERS Craftbond Fine Line Glue Pen:
Hero Arts Merry Stamp & Cut DC170:
Craftsmith Precut, Folded, Textured cards and envelopes:
We R Memory Keepers Brad Setter and Piercing Tool:
Foil paper (not thermal) from Oriental Trading Company (I couldn’t tell if the pack has a yellow or gold foil paper):
Fiskars Sure Cut Paper Trimmer:
We R Memory Keepers Precision Press Stamping Tool:
Cricut Cuttlebug Embossing and Die Cuttting Machine:
Darice Heat Gun:
Hampton Art Embossing Powder:
Anna Griffin Pigment Ink Pads available on HSN

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