Today is the also the last card of my Christmas card series. I hope you enjoyed :) Although it's past Christmas, this card can be given during the winter season for birthdays, New Years, or a belated Christmas card. It also has minimal stamping, so it can be done easily for anyone who does not have a lot of stamps.
I started out with a side folding light pink A2 card base. Next, I cut out a textured foiled piece of fuchsia cardstock and taped down a piece of white satin ribbon near the bottom. After, I adhered it onto a piece of white cardstock and stuck it down onto the card base.
As the foiled fuchia cardstock is pretty eyecatching, I decided to keep everything else simple. I used my Cricut to die cut and glued on a white snowflake, then used Ranger Stickles in Stardust to give it a bit of sparkle. Next, I used a Martha Stewart star punch on a metallic silver piece and used foam tape to adhere it to the middle of the snowflake.
For my greeting, I stamped it in black on the same silver metallic cardstock and taped it on top of the ribbon on the right side.
Hope you enjoyed this series! I'll be entering this into SSS: Winter Wonderland and Make it Sparkle Challenge.