Snowflake Die Card!!!



 I had to share this pretty card with you – I made it for my Technique Tuesday class – and it was so simple!!!  The Snowflake Card Thinlits Die makes this a cinch!  I used Soft Sky cardstock with Soft Sky and Basic Black ink.  The Endless Wishes stamp set is so pretty…love all the little snowflakes and the font on the words.  Combined with some Silver Glimmer paper and silver ribbon and I think I have a winner!


 I made my card larger than just cutting it with the die.  If you cut your cardstock at 5-3/8 x 8-1/2 – the 5-3/8 will fit inside the framelit perfectly so you can put the right side over the top of the die and not cut that part off.  After running it through the Big Shot – it will actually score that extra piece on the side so you can fold it over and have the right side flap to make your card wider  - TRY IT!!!


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