Hello everyone, it’s Mona here, today I have lots of snowflake cards for you what I have created with the Baby It’s Cold Outside Stamp set by Gina K. Designs together with Electro Pop Inks by Rina K. Designs as well as the new and gorgeous Fairy Tale Deco Foil Transfer Sheets. The used supplies are listed below the post.

Snowflake Holiday Cards with Fairytale Foils

Snow Much Fun Cards

For this project, I prepared 110lb heavyweight Neenah Solar white cardstock and cut them in 5.5 by 4.25 inches.

Next, I fixed the Cable Knit Stencil by Paper Rose to the cardstock with Purple Tape, and dry embossed them with my die-cut machine.

You can read more about the dry embossing technique in my previous post here. When the dry embossing was done, I didn’t remove the purple tape but continued with the next step.

For some of them, I did a partial ink blending, and it looks so cool on the dry embossed cardstock! Isn’t it? For all the ink blending I have used the super bright Electro Pop Inks by Rina K. Designs. Not only because they are super bright, but I knew that I want to add for one card the White Glitz Glitter Gel as well.

And this is a tip for you! If you want to see the blending under the White Glitz Glitter Gel, pick super bright colors like the Electro Pop Inks by Rina K. Designs! They are just perfect for this technique!TooltipText

Stamp the Snowflakes

When the backgrounds were done, I stamped lots of snowflake images from the Baby It’s Cold Outside Stamp set by Gina K. Designs with the same Electro Pop Inks by Rina K. Designs. I always stamped the same image twice. First, with the super bright Electro Pop Inks, then I made an ink blending on the stamp (I just put here and there) with lighter Distress Oxide color. I think the result is super fun and interesting.

I have also created reverse rainbow snowflakes, which means I stamped on colorful cardstock with watermark ink, then I heat embossed it with white embossing powder. When it was done, I did some hours of chill-out fussy cutting! 😊Are you a team fussy cutter or die-cutter?

Foiled Snowflakes

Next, I created a bunch of foiled snowflakes with the Fairy Tale Deco Foil Transfer Sheets in colors Enchanted Rose, Glass Slipper, Lily Pad, Peach Princess, Prince Periwinkle, and as “yellow” I have used the Gold Deco Foil Transfer Sheets.

I just placed the selected foil onto the Deco Foil Foam Adhesive Sheets. Of course, before that, I removed the parchment paper. Then I run it through my Die-cut machine with Lawn Fawn Snowflake Dies to create foiled tiny ones.

On this card, I have also used the Electro Pop Inks, but I made the ink blending on the stencil instead of the cardstock. I just run the inked stencil through the die-cut machine with heavyweight cardstock, and voila, it becomes beautiful and colorful around the pattern.

Before I put my cards together, I created my sentiments with Wordfetti Stamp Sets. I stamped with watermark ink and heat embossed the sentiments with gold embossing powder.


In the end, I put my cards together with White Foam Squares and Tape Runner XL adhesives. I also added a few embellishments to the center of the layered snowflakes.

And these are my finished card designs. I really enjoyed creating them, I hope you too. If you have a little time please tell me in your comment which one is your favorite.

Thank you so much for stopping by, have an amazing day, Mona.

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2 Comments on Snowflake Holiday Cards with Fairytale Foils

  1. Denise Bryant
    December 17, 2020 at 12:49 pm (1 month ago)

    Gorgeous cards with these pretty snowflakes! Love the colors and textures!

  2. Andre M.
    December 18, 2020 at 11:15 am (1 month ago)

    These cards are so bright and cheerful, thanks for the inspiration.