Now that Thanksgiving has passed, I must say, I am still beyond grateful and thankful. It carries forward with me every single day.
It’s less than one month until Christmas and I’ve just started on my Christmas festivities. Yesterday, my husband and I put up our Christmas lights. This week, I’ll put up our tree (sadly, it’s a fake tree), but still beautiful nonetheless.
I have also started on my Christmas/holiday cards. I love making cards. The reason I say Christmas slash holiday cards is because not all of my friends celebrate Christmas, and because of that, I still like to send a seasonal note of friendship.
And that’s where greeting cards like this come in. Check it out.
I started this card by using a white ink pad and a snowflake roller stamp. Just an FYI, I can’t find a link for the Fiskars snowflake roller stamp anywhere (try eBay), but here is a link to a snowflake stamp that can produce a similar (non-roller) look.
After I rolled the stamp onto a blue piece of cardstock, I punched out several snowflakes with a Momenta snowflake punch (similar), mine is from Hobby Lobby).
Then, I glued the snowflakes on top of the blue cardstock and set it aside to dry.
I decided to add a cute little sentiment, so I hand lettered the word Let It Snow. I used the light blue pen from this set for the modern calligraphy (snow), a blue pen from this set for the standard lettering (let it), and a white gel pen for the little details.
After I glued the ‘Let It Snow’ onto the card, I completed the card by adding some glittery snowflake confetti to the sentiment portion of the card.
Stamp (similar) and Ink Pad
Glue and Punch (similar)