Welcome to Day Seven and final post of my 2019 Snowflake Card Series! It’s been a Winter Wonderland so to speak!
Today’s card pulls in the new Memory Box pattern paper 6×6 pads, Dashing Holiday and Dashing Dots and Stripes. Unique colors but a fun look…would you say vintage?
That pop of white…I don’t think I’ll ever see a snowflake again without thinking about how to use it on a card! lol
This is an A6 size card, still mails for one USA forever stamp though…good deal. I used Red Berry Nuvo Drops on the berries. Does anyone have any experience with how Nuvo drops hold up going through the postal machines?
I die cut 3 sets (for a total of 6 arches) of the new Memory Box Holly Arch dies in green. Added the drops, let them dry, then just layered them and glued them onto a wreath shape that I die cut from two of the Memory Box Basic Circle dies set. I didn’t try to ‘manage’ them into a certain pattern.
I really like this card… it’s not ultra fancy but not CAS either…middle of the road pretty card! lol
I hope I’ve inspired you through this series to make some snowflake/tis the season cards!
Ok – here’s the video of all 8 of the cards! A video of why we love to make cards… it brings us JOY and when we share with others, the JOY spills over! So this JOY is for you! ❤
Click HERE to watch it full frame, it’s so much better BIG! (it’s two minutes and four seconds long)
See you again soon!
Links to see and shop for the products I used…(STR always has great prices, SSS $5 off code is 5FF982)
19 thoughts on “Memory Box Snowflake Card Series Day Seven!”
I love each and every one of your snowflake cards! Simply lovely, each one!
Love seeing all your marvelous creations.
Another pretty card. I find myself looking at patterns in fabrics and clothing always thinking about how it would look in cardstock and on a card. LOL. So I get what you mean about snowflakes. LOL
Another beautiful snowflake card! My nuvo drops don’t hold up at all, 😀, not sure what I’m doing wrong.
Another lovely card love the snowflake border strip and the snowflake in the middle of joy. It is snowing a little here today and we had snow on Thursday.
Gorgeous, love this!!
Very pretty-I am pretty traditional – red and green-ha ha, but I love the colors you have used. I need to branch out a little more!!!
Today’s card is beautiful! Love the colour of the blue and the white ‘joy’ just pops! Just looked at your little video, love them all Pam, lots of wonderful inspiration!
Well, I really enjoyed this whole week for so many reasons, Pam, and then seeing them all in the video with the Christmas music playing… I felt like I was there with you. I share your sentiments about the joy of card making and then sharing with others. It reminds me why I blog, which I do question sometimes, but then seeing your cards… I can only hope the things I share bring a little joy, too. Thanks, friend!
ps: BTW, about the Nuvo drops… I have received a few cards with Nuvo drops that have held up just fine. They seem to be much harder than Liquid Pearls. On some cards a few of the drops fell off in the envelope. I wouldn’t be brave enough to use Nuvo drops on a popped up element, though. I’m afraid it might feel the full brunt of the PO machinery.
Love the series. They were all great.
Oh Man I LOVE This! Love the papers, the pretty wreath, the drops — oh ok, everything!
Love the rich colors and that beautiful wreath! Awesome card!
This one is beautiful – love how you use patterned paper Pam!! LOVE LOVE LOVE the VIDEO!!!!!
All are so pretty! I think my two favorites are the navy with the one white snow flake and the plaid one! Thanks for sharing such creative ideas!
Sigh….I really think you should just adopt me so I can live in your girl cave – you have SO many fun things to create with! Thanks for sharing this wonderful video!
Oh so pretty, Pam! How do you come up with so many wonderful card designs so quickly, takes me forever to come up with just one! Enjoyed your video, beautiful cards Pam!
This is my favorite, as I told you Friday, though I liked them all! It was fun to see them all together.
Gracious Pam, you are very talented! What a gallery! Vicky x