Stampin’ Up Snow Is Glistening Christmas Card

Good Monday morning everyone.  Hope you all had a wonderful weekend.  Hope you were able to do something fun and the weather was nice for you.

For today’s card I used the Stampin; Up Snow Is Glistening Stamp Set and SnowFall Thinlits Dies that are available for the month of November.  Take a look.

I started with a card front of Festive Farmhouse Designer Series Paper.  I really love all the designs in this pack of DSP. I adhered 2 strips of Copper Foil Paper to either side of the DSP using Snail.  I adhered the card front to a Whisper White card base using Multipurpose Liquid Glue.

I took a piece of Cherry Cobbler cardstock and made a banner using my Banner Triple Punch.  I wrapped a piece of 1/4″ Copper Trim Ribbon around the top of the banner and tied a bow.  I adhered the banner to the card front using Stampin’ Dimensionals.

On a small piece of Whisper White card stock I stamped the Joy from the Snow Is Glistening stamp set in Versamark Ink.  I sprinkled it with my Copper Stampin’ Emboss Powder and heat set it using my Heat Tool.  I cut the sentiment out using my Big Shot with the Snowfall Thinlits Dies.  I cut another snowflake out of a small piece of White Velvet Sheet using the Snowfall Thinlits Dies. I adhered both snowflakes using Multipurpose Liquid Glue to the banner having the one hanging off a little.  I added a Clear Rhinestone Basic Jewel to the smaller snowflake.

On the inside Whisper White panel I stamped the medium snowflake from the Snow Is Glistening stamp set around the top of the panel in Mossy Meadow Ink, stamping off twice.  I stamped the sentiment in the center in Cherry Cobbler Ink.  I adhered the Whisper White panel to a Mossy Meadow mat using Snail and adhered it to the Whisper White card base using Multipurpose Liquid Glue.

To finish my card I decorated a Medium Whisper White Envelope.  I stamped the medium snowflake from the Snow Is Glistening stamp set along the bottom front of the envelope in Mossy Meadow Ink stamping off once.  I adhered a panel of Festive Farmhouse DSP to the envelope flap.

Thank you for stopping by my blog today.  I hope you liked my card.  This was a pretty quick and easy card, I hope you will give it a try.  Happy Stamping!


If you need any stamping supplies, I’d be very happy to be your Demonstrator.  Just click here to go directly to my online store or drop me an email if you have any questions.


Happy Stamping, Karen!


The Paper Pumpkin team designed November’s Paper Pumpkin kit to give you a solution for your holiday crafting needs!  When you subscribe by November 10 (or resubscribe if you have canceled), you’ll get the specially-designed box filled with everything that you need for a holly-jolly, handmade holiday!

About the Kit:

  • November’s kit gives a you everything you need to make plenty of holiday cards!  The kit will create 10 cards; 5 of 2 unique holiday designs!
  • The box is a sneak of what’s inside!
  • Coordinating colors for this kit:
    • Cherry Cobbler, Crumb Cake, Garden Green, Gold, Soft Suede, Very Vanilla, Whisper White
  • Subscribers get all of this PLUS an exclusive stamp set AND an ink spot for $19.95!

Click here to head over to my Paper Pumpkin page to subscribe now!   We’ll be getting an awesome card kit in November!


Card stock cuts for this project:

  • Whisper White Cardstock 4 1/4″ X 11″ (card base scored and folded at 5 1/2″),     3 3/4″ X 5″ (inner liner)
  • Cherry Cobbler Cardstock 1 3/4″ X 4 1/2″ (banner)
  • Mossy Meadow Cardstock 4″ X 5 1/4″ (inner liner mat)
  • Festive Farmhouse Designer Series Paper 3 3/4″ X 5 1/2″ (card front)
  • Copper Foil Sheet 2 – 1/4″ X 5 1/2″ (strips on side of DSP)


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