No matter what level your crafting ability is at, this Pink Glitter Snowflake Christmas Card Project enables you to batch make your Christmas cards. By all means, change up the colours to suit your recipient, however these cards are quick and simple to make – all made using your Chloes Creative Cards stash!
Sparkelicious Glitter – Brilliance
Pink Glitter Snowflake Christmas Card Instructions:
Firstly, push the Snowflakes up from the card so they are standing up. Then, cover with the Art Glitter Dries Clear Glue and sprinkle your Sparkelicious Glitter in Tinsel Town over the top.
Then, take 2 more of the same pages from the book and snip out the snowflakes. Sprinkle with the same Sparkelicious Glitter (Tinsel Town) and then put to one side to dry.
Next, cut a piece of white card slightly smaller than 8” x 8”. Run the Chisel Tip Glue Pen along each of the sides and cover in a generous amount of Sparkelicious Glitter in Tinsel Town.
When dry mat and layer onto 8″ x 8″ base card.
Then, cut a piece of snowflake paper from the 8” x 8″ Luxury Foiled Pad, perhaps 1/4” smaller than the previous layer. Then, using wet glue, layer on top of the white card.
Cut a piece of white card to 7″ x 7″. Next, again using the Chisel Tip Glue Pen, glitter the four edges with the Sparkelicious Glitter in Brilliance.
On top of this, layer a piece of the pink bauble paper from the Christmas 12″ x 12″ pad. Then, attach a pink ribbon down the left hand side before securing it to the base card with foam tape.
Using the Foiled Topper sheet mat onto silver mirror card and secure into place with foam tape.
Attach your glittered, extra snowflakes and a bow.
Finish of the card using the sentiment from the 6″ x 6″ Foiled Topper Pad.
There you have it, a beautiful, easy to make, Christmas Card. Did you like this Pink Snowflake project? Have you tried making this Pink Glitter Snowflake Christmas Card? Make sure you share your finished project in the Stamps by Chloe Facebook Group – We’d love to see it! You can find more Christmas Card Projects right here on the blog!