It’s the most wonderful time of the year.
Christmas card making time. That’s right. I love making cards.
Now, I am slightly behind on sending them but I’ve got a whole stack to mail out.
For this card I used an embossing folder. It’s my first 3D embossing folder and it’s a winter-y themed of course.
See how I used it in my holiday card (it’s super duper easy).
Also, check out my other snowflake card that I made last week here.
After using the embossing folder, I glued a red strip of cardstock onto the white embossed cardstock.
Then, I wrapped red bakers twine (similar) around the red cardstock (about 7 times).
I secured the twine to the back of the card with washi tape.
And then I glued the snowflake/red twine layer onto a folded card.
From there I added tiny rhinestones onto the middle of the snowflakes.
I hand-lettered “be merry” with a brush pen.
Added a couple of red brads (not shown, I glued some rhinestones onto the brads).
Last, I hot glued “be merry” layer to the twine and red cardstock.
Die Cut Machine and Embossing Folder
Glues, Rhinestones, and Twine (similar)
Acrylic Block, Stamp pad, Stamp and Diecut Set