edited to add: So sorry, my postings seem to have gotten a bit messed up. Postings will happen every hour up until 7:00 p.m instead of 8:00. My posting schedule seems to have gotten messed up somehow too. Card #2 went up before card #2, so if you already posted a comment on card #2 just leave comment again here. So sorry for the confusion!
Welcome back! Time to meet card #2 in our 12 Cards for Christmas countdown.
This one is probably one of the simplest of the bunch, but turned out to be one of my favorites. Did I say that about the last card too? Well, I said ONE of my favorites. That one and this one. Hee!
I used a die cut frame that I’ve had for ages. It’s from Making Memories, I think. I simply centered it on a small square card and added a pretty silver snowflake to the center. A gem accent from Prima is a great finishing embellishment for the snowflake.
Some tiny rub-on sentiments are the finishing touch here. Quick and easy to make lots of if you are short on time and need a really quick card. You could substitute a stamped sentiment for the rub-ons and make your own snowflake embellishment out of punches and some glitter.
Again, leave a comment here for your chance to win the prize package for our 12 Cards for Christmas countdown. This time, tell me one of your favorite childhood Christmas memories. I don’t have many because we didn’t do a lot of celebrating for holidays or special occasions in our house. We didn’t have a lot of extra money growing up, so my siblings and I would exchange names and buy each other small gifts. But I remember the year my older brother got me a Barbie doll. I loved that thing! I was getting pretty old to be playing with Barbies, but I played with it a lot and it was the only Barbie I ever had as a kid.
How about you?
supplies: card stock, rub ons: Stampin’ Up!; die cut frame: Making Memories; pearl accent: Prima; plastic snowflake: Michael’s