Winter Holiday Card – Charms Buttons Bows

Hi there….I am excited to share a cute card I made for the winter/holidays….it is super easy and fun!!

I’m Renee Joy and I am really excited to be a part of this awesome series once again! I love to blog at I would love for you to come and visit!!

I would like to share this tutorial; it is an easy yet fun winter/holiday card. I think I will make more, wink!!
 1. Cut a piece of cardstock to 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″. Fold it in half with a bone folder.
 2. Feel free to use whatever width you would like for the strips for the middle of the card. I love to use that border affect.
 3. Using my favorite snowflake punch, I punched some snow flakes to accent the already decorative paper. 4. Now it is time for more embellishing….I used a piece of chipboard and accented it with bling as shown with some 3-D snowflakes.
 5. Oh, I couldn’t resist adhering that cute snowflake button with a pop-up Glue Dot®. Voila, your card is complete and ready to be shared!!

Supplies: Paper, chipboard (DCWV), 3-D snowflakes (Wal-Mart), Bling (Michaels), Button snowflake (my stash) and adhesives (EK Success Glue Stick and Glue Dots ® pop up dots)
 Thank you so much for joining me today for my tutorial….be sure to join me at my blog and see some more goodies.  Once again, I would love to give a shout out and a BIG thank you to Mandy for inviting me. It is is tons of fun creating with Sugar Bee Crafts!!

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  1. says

    I love the color palette. Soothing and wintery. And I really like the idea of the “general” topic card. Sometimes, in this season, you just need to send a non-holiday related greeting, and this card would be perfect for that.

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