Another “Not Just for Christmas” Card

Simon Says Stamp | DieCember Release

Hi there!

Today I’m sharing another card with you that could easily be changed any wintery occasion just by swapping out the sentiment and changing up the greenery! You can find my first “not just for Christmas” card here.

The gorgeous snowflake dies on this card are from the Simon Says Stamp DieCember release! If you haven’t checked it out yet, be sure to do so – it’s pretty fantastic! 😉

To make this card:

1. Die cut the Snowflake Hexagon out of the middle of a card panel.

2. Pop the panel up on a piece of patterned paper using foam adhesive.

3. Die cut the snowflake from the Snowflake Hexagon two times out of white card stock and one time out of silver glitter cardstock.

4. Stamp some greenery (I used greenery from the Holiday Florals set, and added in details to the leaves with colored pencils).

5. Adhere the snowflakes and greenery around the hexagon with liquid glue – I only add glue to the center of my snowflakes so that edges can pop up and they look like they are floating.

6. Cut a sentiment strip and arrange it on your panel.

7. Add some iridescent gems for even more sparkle!

8. Add the panel to your card base.

I’m already thinking of ways to change this up for New Years! Do you have your holiday cards mailed yet? I hope so! Have a wonderfully creative day, everyone!



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I fell in love with card-making many years ago and I’ve been hooked on it ever since. I love trying out new techniques and finding the perfect color combination for whatever I’m creating.

By nature, I am an uber-organizer and a steadfast planner, but as you’ll see, my creations are much more fluid. And while I love color theory, the concept of lights and shadows, and the importance of depth and perspective – these are not things I worry about when it comes to my creations.

I simply find joy in creating and delight in sharing.

I hope that by sharing my cards and other art with you here on my blog I can inspire you to create something you love!


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