These pretty winter thank you cards feature a flurry of ornate snowflakes and take less than 5 minutes to make.
Each month I send a thank you card with each eBay and Etsy order I ship. In addition, I send them to anyone who places an order from my online Stampin Up store. This is my handmade thank you card for orders I receive during the month of December.
These snowflake thank you cards were made using the Stampin Up Flurry of Wishes stamp set. You could easily change up the sentiment and use these snowflake cards for winter birthdays, Christmas cards, or just a card to let someone know you were thinking of them.
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Winter Snowflake Thank You Cards Instructions:
Cut the paper
- Soft Sky cardstock: 8-1/2″ x 5-1/2″. Place the long edge at the top of your score board and score at 4-1/4″. Fold to form your card base.
- Dapper Denim cardstock: 5-1/4″ x 4″
- Whisper White cardstock: 5″ x 3-3/4″
- Using Soft Sky ink, stamp the largest snowflake from the Flurry of Wishes stamp set right in the middle of the Whisper White cardstock.
- Using Dapper Denim ink, stamp a Thank You sentiment over top the snowflake. I used the script thank you from the Daisy Delight stamp set, but you can use any you might have on hand.
- Using Dapper Denim ink, stamp the second smallest snowflake in the corners, running off the edges of the paper. You will want a piece of scrap paper underneath to protect your work space. The smallest 2 snowflakes are connected in one stamp to make it easier to cut them out with the Snow Flurry Punch. I cut mine apart. If yours are still intact, just ink up one snowflake at a time.
- Using Soft Sky ink, stamp the smallest snowflakes in the remaining white spaces, running off the edge of the cardstock.
- Adhere the Dapper denim cardstock layer to the card base, keeping an even border on all sides.
- Adhere the stamped layer to the card.
- Use mini glue dots to adhere 3 silver sequins to the card wherever you like.
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If you enjoyed this winter thank you cards tutorial, be sure to check out the rest of my handmade thank you card ideas. Happy crafting!