Warm someone's day by creating a cool frosty greeting card!
DIY Winter Greeting Card
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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
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
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.
Punch some snowflakes. I punched two different sized snowflakes for layering.
Add a bit of inking to the edges of the snowflakes and circle die.
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.
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."
Now it's time to add the snowflakes. I layered the small snowflakes on top of large ones using foam pop dots.
Add the sentiment to the bottom with a fine point pen.
Last finishing touches...some Ranger Liquid pearls in the corners of the card and around the circle.
Here is the card once again