Hello Everyone! It’s Kelly here today to share a Christmas card design using the 3D Foam Snowflakes. I don’t know about your winter weather, but where I live, we just got through a 3-day blizzard! So it’s only fitting that I feature a pretty snowflake on a card.
My card design is based on a sketch from the Bazzill Basics Paper blog. To create this card, I first cut and adhered my layers together with my E-Z Runner™ Permanent Strips.
Then I added my ribbon using Dodz™ Medium.
To alter the 3D Foam Snowflake and snowballs, I used microbeads.
Here’s a tip when working with the intricate 3D Foam Snowflakes: Lift up each ‘branch’ of the snowflake with your non-stick scissors or tweezers gently and then the entire snowflake can be removed from the foam sheet without being torn or warped.
After placing the 3D Foam Snowflake onto a cut out circle, I removed the backing and pressed down into a small container of microbeads. Really press hard over and over again for maximum coverage and sticking strength!
I love this effect!
I adhered this snowflake circle to my card with my white Crafty Foam Tape.
I placed the snowball polka dots around and added the microbeads to them too.
I think the microbeads look so pretty on the 3D Foam Snowflake and snowballs!
I hope this design gives you some inspiration to make your own Christmas cards…the perfect activity for snowy or cold winter days!
SUPPLIES: Bazzill Basics Paper white cardstock; Pink Paislee paper and die cuts; May Arts ribbon; Martha Stewart/EK Success Microbeads