17 posts categorized "snowflakes"

Snowflake Corner
by Candice Crawford

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Hey there crafty friends, Candice here, back on the Poppystamps blog with another winter themed card. Today's card features the Poppystamps Snowflake Corner Frame die and the Winter Sentiments stamps set. 

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The snowflake corner frame die is perfect for making shaker cards. I simpley die cut the frame from white cardstock. Then I took my new favorite die set, the scalloped stich frames die and cut it from blue and white cardstock. I layered the blue frame side the white scalloped piece then layered the snowflake frame insde the blue frame. The alternating colors are so striking. 

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Once all of the layeres were in order I adhered them togehter with scotch tape. I cute a simple rectangle from acetate using the double stich rectangles frames die and adhered the acetate to the layered frame with liquid adhesive.

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Next, with 3M foam tape I lined the frame. On the white card base, I stamped the sentiment Happy Winter Wishes to you in versafine onyx black ink and set it a side to dry. Lastly I added some silver sequins to the center of the card and then adhered my layered frame with acetate window to the stamped white cardbase. 

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Candice Floral Signature copy



Diamond Snowflake
by Candice Crawford

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Hey crafty friends, hope you are all having a wonderful day. Candice here on the blog sharing a very clean and simple winter card using the Diamond Snowflake die.  If you like clean and simple easy to make and mass produce cards, you will love today's card share. 

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The supplies you need to make this card include the Diamond Snowflake die, the scalloped stitch frames die and the wintertime sentiments stamp set. For cardstock I am using Navy blue, white and silver glittered cardstock. 

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To acheived the blue and white inlaid look, you will need to die cut the navy blue and white cardstock each from both the scallop stich frames die. Then paper piece the A2 size frame back together using alternating the colors and your favorite liquid glue.  Next die cut the snowflake background from white cardstock. Then diecut the snowflake intricate layer from silver glitter cardstock. Adhere the glitter snowflake layer to the top of the white snowflake background layer. 

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For added dimension, pop up the snowflake with some 3M foam tape. Lastly, stamp the sentiment, Let It Snow in Versamark ink and heat emboss it with white embossing powder. Adhere your completed card front to an A2 white cardbase with yor favorite adhesive. And there you have it. A clean and simple easy to make winter theme card. 

I hope you have enjoyed today's card share and found inspiration. Until next time....happy crafting. 

Candice Floral Signature copy






Snowflake Thank You Card
by Nancy Penir


Here we are at the end of another year, and there's plenty of need for thank you cards! I have a card for you today full of shiny snowflakes, and a frosty thank you sentiment.


Poppystamps' Wintertime Sentiments comes with a die that cuts the shape of the snowflake bouquet. 

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The main snowflake stamp is embossed in blue,(Wow embossing powder),  and filled in with a silver glitter pen. The sentiment is stamped separately, hand cut and popped up with foam tape.


I love the frosty look of the main image, and the way it coordinates with the die cut Snowflake Background.

Almost Happy New Year Poppy Peeps! Hope it's a blessed and healthy one for you and yours!

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Peace on Earth
by Marybeth Lopez


Hello, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Marybeth Lopez here in the last few days of 2021. I made this peaceful Snowflake card using: Poppystamps dies and papers. Everything is linked below for you.


Sorry for the dark picture.

I wanted to show you a close up of how I altered the stamp. I know many of you won't want to cut into a stamp.  I love the sentiments in this : Gilded Christmas Wishes set. So  many beautiful sentiments to choose from and if you don't want a frame you can alter by cutting apart and use frame next time.


A few of the snowflakes are layered for dimensions. I did use the Scalloped Frame die set but not the scalloped part. This die too, gives you so many options to choose from.

I am still loving the glitter paper. When I gave my mom her Christmas card made with Poppystamps ( it was the holly one) I couldn't help but think how beautiful the card danced the light. You have to see this paper in person.


Thank you so much for the visit today. I wish everyone a very blessed 2022





Cardendipity with the Snowflake Oval Frame Die
by Sphoorti


Hello Poppystamps fans!

Sphoorti here with another item from the 2021 Holiday Release - the Snowflake Oval Frame die. This one was very easy to make, and I actually don't have any lessons learned this time. Can you believe it? I guess there's only so many ways you can mess up a card!

So, I'd be lying if I told you that this was the plan I had in mind when I made this card. I actually didn't plan this card at all. I had a piece of alcohol ink background from like years ago and it resurfaced when we were unpacking, and it was the perfect size for the Snowflake Oval Frame so I went with it! Cardendipity, I like to call it.


I used silver foiled cardstock to cut the frame. I lined the frame with skinny foam tape, filled the shaker bits (Diamond Dust, my favorite), and put the shaker portion against the alcohol ink background and that was it, actually! I didn't cut out multiple frames and stack them on top of each other to create the well because I wanted the snowflake portions of the frame to "freely float". Then I used the Playful Hugs sentiment die and cut a bunch with white card stock, stacked them to make a chipboard like sentiment. I used the same silver foiled cardstock for the top layer, and adhered the sentiment to the middle of the frame. And that's it!

I'm posting a bunch of pictures of the card below. Acetate, Foil, Alcohol Inks... Incredibly beautiful but can be vicious when it comes to taking pictures! So, I tried different angles, filters, you name it. Feel free to pick your favorite!


In the above picture, you can see the "floaty" effect of the oval frame.


I actually tried to use some foil on the alcohol ink background. I think it was too dry by the time I tried, so it only got stuck to some portions. It's the gold stuff. Some of the shaker bits cover it, but it's a nice effect in real life. It would have been even more awesome if I found a background with silver foil that matched the rest of the card. I may be asking for too much!D690354F-0DEA-43A5-8F69-E4529B4BD693

Thoughts? Questions? Epiphanies? Please do let us know! We love to hear from you!



Sphoorti Floral Signature copy



Christmas is in the air!!!
by Patty Tanúz

Hola amigas!!!

Do you feel the Christmas in the air?

Maybe you live in a place like this? AW!!!!


Sure with a lot of snow! I don't know  snow in "live" but I know I love it!

This card is it's pure nostalgia!!! jiji I cut letters in foam ;)


One thing I like about Poppy's die cuts is that they can be combined, I make my crazy mixes and I love the result!


Happy Holidays!

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