Flurry of Wishes Handmade Christmas Cards

It is not too early to start on your handmade Christmas Cards! Check out this Flurry of Wishes Christmas card for inspiration.

If you are wanting to send handmade Christmas cards this December, I highly recommend you start on them early. If you are anything like me, you put making them off until the last minute and run out of time. If you start now and do a little bit at a time, they will be done in plenty of time for the holidays. Over the next month or so, I am going to be sharing with you several Christmas card ideas that are not only simple to make, but are beautiful as well. Today’s card is called Flurry of Wishes and it features pretty snowflakes embellished with sequins.

This card was made using the Flurry of Wishes Stamp Set and the matching snowflake punch. The punch makes quick work of cutting out the smaller snowflake stamped images. I absolutely love the ornate snowflakes in this stamp set. If you love snowflakes as much as I do, this stamp set is a great one to add to your collection.

Creatively Homemade Tutorial
It is not too early to start on your handmade Christmas Cards! Check out this Flurry of Wishes Christmas card for inspiration.

Cut your paper:

  • Whisper White Cardstock: 5.5″ x 8.5″ then score at 4.25″. Fold in half to form your card base.
  • Island Indigo Cardstock: 4″ X 5.25″

It is not too early to start on your handmade Christmas Cards! Check out this Flurry of Wishes Christmas card for inspiration.

Emboss the piece of Island Indigo Cardstock using your die cut machine and the Dots Background embossing folder.

It is not too early to start on your handmade Christmas Cards! Check out this Flurry of Wishes Christmas card for inspiration.

Use Tombow Xtreme Adhesive to stick the embossed piece down to the card front.

It is not too early to start on your handmade Christmas Cards! Check out this Flurry of Wishes Christmas card for inspiration.

Stamping:

  • Using Island Indigo ink, stamp the sentiment onto Whisper White Cardstock.
  • Using Pool Party ink, stamp the two smaller snowflakes onto Whisper White Cardstock twice.
  • Using Island Indigo Indigo ink, stamp the two smaller snowflakes onto Whisper White Cardstock twice.

It is not too early to start on your handmade Christmas Cards! Check out this Flurry of Wishes Christmas card for inspiration.

Use the snowflake punch to cut out all the snowflake images. One thing I really love about this set is that both snowflakes stamp together and then the punch cuts out both of them at once.

It is not too early to start on your handmade Christmas Cards! Check out this Flurry of Wishes Christmas card for inspiration.

Use the Deco Labels Die to cut out your sentiment. (I used the second to smallest one.) Then use the next size up to cut the mat out of a scrap of Pool Party cardstock.

It is not too early to start on your handmade Christmas Cards! Check out this Flurry of Wishes Christmas card for inspiration.

Adhere the sentiment to the mat, then stick that down to the center of your card front.

It is not too early to start on your handmade Christmas Cards! Check out this Flurry of Wishes Christmas card for inspiration.

Stick the two larger snowflakes in the corner, as shown.

It is not too early to start on your handmade Christmas Cards! Check out this Flurry of Wishes Christmas card for inspiration.

Use mini glue dots to add sequins to the center of all the snowflakes.

It is not too early to start on your handmade Christmas Cards! Check out this Flurry of Wishes Christmas card for inspiration.

Add foam adhesive squares to the two smaller snowflakes, then adhere to the card as shown.

You can play around with how you alternate the colors on the snowflakes. The first card I made I alternated between Island Indigo and Pool Party. The second card, I put Island Indigo in the corners and then pool party in the center around the sentiment. So before you stick anything down, play around and see which color arrangement you like best.

It is not too early to start on your handmade Christmas Cards! Check out this Flurry of Wishes Christmas card for inspiration.

For more information on any of the products I used to make this card, check out the shopping list below.

Stampin' TrimmerStampin’ TrimmerIsland Indigo CardstockIsland Indigo CardstockPool Party CardstockPool Party CardstockWhisper White CardstockWhisper White CardstockDot Background Embossing FolderDot Background Embossing FolderFast Fuse AdhesiveFast Fuse AdhesiveFlurry of Wishes Stamp SetFlurry of Wishes Stamp SetSnow Flurry PunchSnow Flurry PunchIsland Indigo Ink PadIsland Indigo Ink PadPool Party Ink PadPool Party Ink PadLots of Labels Die SetLots of Labels Die SetBig Shot Die Cut MachineBig Shot Die Cut MachineRhinestone JewelsRhinestone JewelsMini Glue DotsMini Glue DotsStampin DimensionalsStampin Dimensionals

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I just love how this card turned out. I think those two shade of blue are so pretty together.

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It is not too early to start on your handmade Christmas Cards! Check out this Flurry of Wishes Christmas card for inspiration.

So tell me… Are you making handmade Christmas cards this year? Have you settled on a design yet?

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