A Snowflake Card Idea With Snowflake Splendor DSP

Did you know that Stampin Up has a designer paper sale going on through the end of October? Many of your favorite designer paper packs are 15% off right now, so I’ll be sharing projects over the next few days to highlight ways to use these gorgeous prints. Today’s project highlights my favorite designer series paper in this year’s holiday catalog. It’s called Snowflake Splendor, and I used it on this amazing snowflake card idea. Let’s talk about it!

This beautiful snowflake card idea, made with Stampin Up Snowflake Splendor designer series paper, comes together in minutes!

Video Tutorial

For the quick way to make this card, you can watch along with my video below. For more information about the products used and alternative ideas for using them, keep reading!

Snowflake Theme Products

Snowflake Wishes Stamp Set

The stamp set I used on this card is the Snowflake Wishes set, shown below. This is a huge set that is full of beautiful, big and small snowflakes. It also includes lovely sentiments for Christmas, but also Hanukkah, thanks, and friendship. I love how the sentiments make the set so versatile.

This beautiful snowflake card idea, made with Stampin Up Snowflake Splendor designer series paper, comes together in minutes!

Snowflake Season Designer Series Paper

The true beauty in today’s card comes from the gorgeous background paper. The Snowflake Season designer series paper is made up of watercolored blue and purple snowflake prints. Simply gorgeous!

Stampin Up Snowflake Season Designer Series Paper

Now let’s talk about materials to make this card.

Materials

To make this card, you’ll need the following:

  • 5 1/2″ 8 1/2″ Highland Heather card base, folded in half
  • 4″ x 5 1/4″ designer series paper
  • 1″ x 4″ Balmy Blue glimmer paper
  • 3/4″ x 4″ whisper white
  • 2″ white circle
  • 2 1/4″ Highland Heather circle
  • Lovely Labels Pick A Punch
  • Balmy Blue stamp pad

This beautiful snowflake card idea, made with Stampin Up Snowflake Splendor designer series paper, comes together in minutes!

Instructions

Stamp a snowflake onto the 2″ white circle using Balmy Blue ink. Lift your stamp, turn it slightly, and stamp again without reinking. Stamp the greeting onto the white strip, and punch the ends with the Lovely Labels Pick A Punch. You’re ready to assemble it!

This beautiful snowflake card idea, made with Stampin Up Snowflake Splendor designer series paper, comes together in minutes!

These amazing snowflake products can be used in so many different ways. Let’s look at a few that I have created.

Additional Ideas For These Products

Card set made with the Snowflake Wishes stamp set.

10 Cards In 30 Minutes with Stampin Up Snowflake Wishes - Simple Stamping Christmas Cards

Coffee Cups decorated with the Snowflake Splendor designer series paper

Decorated Stampin Up Coffee Cups are perfect to hold treats, gift cards, K-cups, or hot chocolate pouches. The perfect DIY gift!

And a gorgeous poinsettia card also made using the Snowflake Splendor DSP

Take a look at the Stampin Up Poinsettia Place product suite along with nine beautiful Poinsettia Petals card ideas!

That’s all for today’s snowflake card idea using the Snowflake Wishes stamp set and Snowflake Splendor designer series paper. Don’t forget to stock on up your favorite papers while they’re on sale this month!

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