Here is my two-in-one Christmas card. I die-cut snowflakes and sentiment first and then added a layer of vellum beneath, so that they stay in place and have all the die-cut details. Some details were added above vellum.

Then I decided to make a bright backdrop for my die-cut silhouettes. I wanted to place just a piece of bright cardstock on the second panel, but finally went on with an idea of masking bauble shapes and coloring them with ink also as silhouettes, without adding volume or details.


I also colored the sentiment and to bring everything together I added a garland of stars.


So the inside part looks almost like an independent greeting card.

My song title inspiration here is – ‘Let it Snow’ by Dean Martin

Materials used:

  • American Crafts textured cardstock – White
  • Neenah Creative Collection Vellum
  • Spellbinders Heirloom Reflections die set (masking bauble shape)
  • Spellbinders Holiday die-cut set – Create A Flake (snowflakes)
  • Sizzix Thinlits Dies – Holiday Words: Script (sentiment)
  • Tsukineko Memento Dew Drop ink pads set – Beach Party (masking & stamping)
  • Mama Elephant stamp set – Origami (star)
  • Pigma Micron liner – 05

Challenges entered:

HLS Christmas Challenge August 2016   wednesdayblog-logo  ATCAS - code word silhouette  ChallengeGraphic7

cas august badge   HLS AG with Dies Badge (1)   Holiday badge

I can’t believe I managed to combine all these challenges…

Thanks for stopping by,




26 thoughts on “Snowflakes

  1. quilterlin says:

    What a fun design, almost 2 cards for 1, as both sides could stand alone, Regina! Thanks for taking the time to share this with us at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge!

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  2. BarbGhig says:

    So many lovely details on this card, Regina! I love that you added vellum to the front panel, too! Thanks so much for playing along with us this week at Addicted to CAS!

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  3. Stephanie Lanzalotto says:

    What a cleverly constructed card. I love the way the brightness from the second panel shows through the vellum. Also love your hand drawn hangers for the ornaments. Thanks so much for linking up and playing with us at Happy Little Stampers Christmas Challenge!

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