Friday, November 26, 2021

Let it Snow

This card makes for a beautiful show! It takes a little bit of effort, but the result is amazing.

I started by cutting the dark green paper to measure 4 1/4" by 11", or the length of the 8 1/2" by 11" sheet of card stock. I scored and folded the card stock in half. Then, I scored from one end at 4 1/4". I glued between the score lines and adhered the front of the card to the back. The scored area will be on the left facing up.

Next, I punched out 1 1/4" squares. Cut two each of three coordinating papers. Cut one square at 2 1/2" out of white card stock. Adhere four of the squares using two designs on the white card stock, alternating the patterns as seen in the picture. 

Cut a dark green panel at 3 1/2" square, and adhere the four-square on point. Take the two remaining design papers and cut them diagonally. Place them as shown in the picture to make a sort of a pinwheel. The dark green is left as is.

Cut a white panel at 3 3/4" square to make a frame, and adhere the previously dark green panel on it. Adhere the whole design onto the dark green card base.

The last thing I did was to stamp the sentiment and cut it out with a scalloped circle punch. I adhered that to the center, which covered up any mistakes with the paper meeting in the center! I also added the ribbon onto the left side.

Julie Davison, Stampin' Up! demonstrator, helped me with this design, and I couldn't have done it without her expertise!

I'm sharing this with:

Challenge #419 - Any Occasion 



  1. Great card! Reminds me of a quilt! Liking all the layers and the great choice of patterned papers. Thanks for joining us at Addicted to Stamps and More!

    sue n.

    1. I'm glad you liked my card! Yes, it does look like a quilt...a pinwheel block, I believe. Thanks for stopping by!

  2. Very cool design. Great work. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Great selection of papers and I really love that fold.

    1. Thank you for your kind words and for stopping by!