DIY Winter Greeting Card

Posted by Jennifer Snyder

Send warm wishes with this DIY winter-inspired greeting card. Get the tutorial at Blitsy.

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Warm someone's day by creating a cool frosty greeting card!


Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Ink- Seedless Preserves

Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Ink- Tumbled Glass

Martha Stewart Punch - Himalayan Snowflake

Martha Stewart Punch - Alpine Snowflake

Artist Pen - fine tip

Ranger Liquid Pearls - White Opal

Pop Dots

Cardstock - Teal

Cardstock - White

Spellbinders Nestabilities Romantic Rose

Spellbinders Triple Tear

Ranger Blending Tool

Ranger Mini Ink Replacement Blending Pads

Ranger Non-Stick Craft Sheet

Prefolded Cards 5x7 -White

Here are a few close ups first

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Let's see how I made this

I grabbed a die that could be used as a wreath. My choice was the Spellbinders Triple Tear die cut from white cardstock. I like to add a tiny bit of tape to the die to hold it in place so it doesn't shift and move during cutting.

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Punch some snowflakes. I punched two different sized snowflakes for layering.

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Add a bit of inking to the edges of the snowflakes and circle die.

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I wanted to add a decorative border to the cardstock layer, so I used the Spellbinders Romantic Rose die to create some interest on the edges of the cardstock.

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Glue the circle die to the card layers and add some sentiments around the circle using a fine point pen. My card says, "let it snow."

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Now it's time to add the snowflakes. I layered the small snowflakes on top of large ones using foam pop dots.

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Add the sentiment to the bottom with a fine point pen.

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Last finishing touches...some Ranger Liquid pearls in the corners of the card and around the circle.

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Here is the card once again

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Happy Crafting!