Snowflake Wishes Card #6

The Snowflake Wishes stamp set is a becoming my favorite set! For this card I used a piece of Night of Navy Card Stock cut to 4-1/4 X 8 and scored at 1-1/4 from each end. I cut a large Hexagon out of Night of Navy Card Stock using the Stitched Nested Labels Dies. I also cut 2 more Hexagons out of Whisper White Card Stock. I cut 2 strips measuring 1 X 4 out of Snowflake Splendor Designer Series Paper. The inside liner is a piece of Balmy Blue Card Stock cut to 4 X 5-1/4.

For the card front I cut the snowflake hexagon out of the center of the Night of Navy hexagon using the So Many Snowflake Dies. I then used this frame as a template to locate my sentiment on a Whisper White hexagon. I embossed the sentiment on the Whisper White hexagon using Silver Embossing powder. I adhered the hexagons together using Fine Tip Glue.

For the card base, I adhered the Snowflake Splendor Designer Series paper strips to the flaps of the card. I adhered the Balmy Blue liner to the inside of the card. I adhered the right hand side of the Hexagon assembly to the card front using Tear and Tape. Be sure to only adhere it to the card flap.

To attached the other hexagon to the inside of the card, use the hexagon on the front as a guide. You could use washi tape to temporarily tape them together while you do this. See the tips and tricks below.

I die cut 2 snowflakes out of Silver Foil and adhered them to the front of the card. I added Blue Adhesive Backed Gems to the silver snowflakes and Jewels to the Night of Navy snowflakes.

Tips and Tricks: I used 2 pieces of washi tape rolled on its self on the front of the inside hexagon. Temporarily adhere the front of the inside hexagon to the back of the outside hexagon. Put adhesive on the back of the inside hexagon. Close the card (with the right flap open) to adhere the inside hexagon to the inside of the card. Carefully pull the 2 hexagons apart and remove the washi tape.

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