Snowflakes christmas card (2)

Snowflakes Christmas Card

Snowflakes christmas card : A simple snowflakes card with stamps from Varnas creations. Loads of sequins loads of snowflakes. Prefect Christmas greetings.
Snowflakes christmas card (2)

I made several Christmas cards this time and I am quite proud of the neat outcome of my trials 😛 This is the first in the series that I am going to share and its a snowflakes Christmas card. If you are into cardmaking, I would love to get suggestions on Christmas stamps available in India. Maybe not this year but in next years haul, I would include those suggestions 🙂

Supplies used to make snowflakes christmas card :

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How I made the snowflake christmas card :

The snowflakes stamp set is from Varnas Creation and they are the only known ( alteast to me!)  Indian brand of clear stamps other than Itsybitsy. Varshita (owner of varnas creations) being a crafter herself has put in a very useful and elegant set of layered snowflakes stamps. So here is how I made this snowfakes Christmas card :

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Cut out the base card of 4 1/8″ x 5 7/8 ” ( yes I am too lazy to cut it out into A2 size :P) from the fabriano cardstock. For the blue layer, I cut out a piece from a random blue cardstock and dabbed it with mermaid lagoon ink with the help of sponge dauber. I dabbed a bit of ink of the dauber and made multiple impressions at random areas of the blue cardstock without reinking so that I got a varied intensities of color there.

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For the snowflakes, the set had layers which could be matched for background and foreground of the snowflake. I used memento summer sky shade for the background stamp and archival aquamarine shade for the foreground stamp. I fussy cut all of them and glued them over the already prepared blue cardstock.

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I had some white sequins that remotely resembled snowflakes ( bought looong back from local store) and I added them to fill in some gaps here and there.

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Later stamped the sentiment from Merry stampset of mama elephant at the white portion of the card (which I intentionally left because my initial plans of heat embossing white sentiment over blue card was spoilt when my heat tool broke down!)

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Snowflakes christmas card (2)

So that was it. Simple snowflakes christmas card! Sad that I have to wait till next christmas to use these pretty stamps again but they are definitely a must have stamp at really affordable rate.Hope you liked my version of snowflakes christmas card ! Wait for more Christmas cards 🙂

xoxo Angela


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Angela jose is an engineer by profession and crafter by hobby. She resides in India with her husband and daughter. TheCraftyAngels is her brainchild which is a platform to share craft tutorials.

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  1. Riswana Fathima says:

    Wow this is such a pretty card Angela.. The blending tool technique for the bg is cool & the fussy cut snow flakes are awesome 🙂

    1. angela says:

      Aw thankyou so much Riswana 🙂 This was a card made in hurry for my friends this Christmas 🙂 Glad you liked it and hope the receiver also liked it as much 🙂

  2. Vidushi says:

    wow a very pretty card !!
    Peek-a-boo Designs

    1. angela says:

      Thankyou so much Vidushi 🙂

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