Here's a winter snowflake card from the Winter issue of Inspired by Family Magazine. If you check out the e-zine, you'll find 84 pages of recipes, crafts, gift ideas, home decor, holiday party ideas, and more. One neat idea from this issue is to use dollar bills to make a band around your solid-color, wrapped present (like a wide ribbon). Totally unexpected, and perfect for a kid!
Anyway, back to the card. Not much ends up in the garbage around here. All my odds and ends from prior card projects go in a shoe box lid (not a box, the sides can't be too tall otherwise I would fill it). I dig through it when I need something even if I don't know what I'm looking for.
That was the case with this card. Even though it has lots of layers, it came together in minutes as I grabbed several things from my scrap pile. I found a felt snowflake die cut and some flowers, die cut another snowflake out of cork, and added a sparkly brad in the center. The ends of the flower petals are colored blue to match the card base. A really quick handmade card.
Thanks for looking!
stamps: Papertrey Ink Think Big Favorites
dies: Papertrey Ink Snowflake, Bloom Builders
other: paper flower, cork, felt, gem brad, gems