SSS Snowflake gift card envelopes

Happy Wednesday, crafty friends!
Today I want to share with you my snowflake gift card envelope trio using some Simon Says Stamp products.
At Christmas, there’s always room for more snowflakes, right?!!

I started by die cutting Petal Envelopes from some coloured card stocks: Lipstick Red, Green Apple, Mint. I then stamped Mod Trees Background using Burnt Orange dye ink (to red envelope die cut), Spring Rain dye ink (to green & mint envelope die cuts).

I die cut Eliza Snowflake from glitter white card stock, Kate Snowflake from kraft card stock, smallest snowflake from several coloured card stocks, and then stacked them up (as shown in the picture) using foam tape.
Inside the gift card envelope, I added Christmas greetings using CZ Design Merry die & Tiny Words Christmas stamp set.

I also made a square Christmas card too. I heat embossed the Mod Trees Background on stitched watercolour paper panel using white embossing powder, then ink blended on that panel using Distress inks. Snowflakes that always bring Christmas cards lift!!

Thank you so much for stopping by. Have a great day!

Keep smiling and be blessed! God bless you all!
Love Love Love RejoicingCrafts


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6 thoughts on “SSS Snowflake gift card envelopes

  1. Wow these are really gorgeous. I love the way you showed so many color ways. And I had to look hard to see the Outline Snowflake stamp in its tone-on-tone, but I love that idea. Thanks for sharing these great ideas.

  2. These are WONDERFUL!! What great surprises they will be to receive! :) Your loved ones will be delighted by your creativity and thoughtfulness to make something so fun!

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