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Folk Art Festival Winter's Frost Card


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Design by: SmallTownScrapping (5 Projects)
Project skill level: easy
Project time: less than 30 minutes
Project tags: Christmas Winter Modern Holiday Cards Outdoors Animals Clean & Simple

Send some warm wishes this holiday season with a hand-made card. This card is easy to make, and appropriate for any occasion!

CRICUT ®: WHAT WAS USED

OTHER MATERIALS NEEDED

  • White Tissue Paper
  • Glue
  • DCWV Winter Magic Paper Stack
  • Shiny Silver Paper (1 Sheet)
  • White Cardstock (1 Sheet)

Project Cut Files

STEP-BY-STEP How-TO INSTRUCTIONS

Cut One:

Using the "Accent Essentials" cartridge, weld together two scalloped frames (each measuring 4.5 x 6 in) vertically so that they fold together to make a card. On the top frame, use the gypsy or Cricut Craftroom to hide the inner square. Next, weld the "deer" shadow (from the "Folk Art Festival" cartridge) to the bottom frame. The size of the deer is 3 in and you must first flip it horizontally. Cut this first card out of a dark-blue patterned cardstock.

Hint: I used the DCWV - Winter Magic Stack for this card.
Cut Two:

Using the same card you made in step one, first remove the deer shadow. Next, weld together snowflakes from Cricut's "Winter Woodland" cartridge in various sizes inside the square, so that they form a sort-of see-through curtain. Cut the second card from a light blue coordinating paper. Glue the second card inside of the first.
Cut Three:

Now, finish the deep by cutting the base out of white cardstock and the top later out of silver cardstock. Glue the layer on top of the base and then glue onto the welded shadow
For a finishing touch, glue a square of white tissue paper behind the snowflakes on the inner card. If you like, you can cut out a few snowflakes from the silver paper and glue them ontop of the welded snowflakes on the inner card.

Step 1

Cut One:

Using the "Accent Essentials" cartridge, weld together two scalloped frames (each measuring 4.5 x 6 in) vertically so that they fold together to make a card. On the top frame, use the gypsy or Cricut Craftroom to hide the inner square. Next, weld the "deer" shadow (from the "Folk Art Festival" cartridge) to the bottom frame. The size of the deer is 3 in and you must first flip it horizontally. Cut this first card out of a dark-blue patterned cardstock.

Hint: I used the DCWV - Winter Magic Stack for this card.

Step 2

Cut Two:

Using the same card you made in step one, first remove the deer shadow. Next, weld together snowflakes from Cricut's "Winter Woodland" cartridge in various sizes inside the square, so that they form a sort-of see-through curtain. Cut the second card from a light blue coordinating paper. Glue the second card inside of the first.

Step 3

Cut Three:

Now, finish the deep by cutting the base out of white cardstock and the top later out of silver cardstock. Glue the layer on top of the base and then glue onto the welded shadow

Step 4

For a finishing touch, glue a square of white tissue paper behind the snowflakes on the inner card. If you like, you can cut out a few snowflakes from the silver paper and glue them ontop of the welded snowflakes on the inner card.

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SHOWCASED - A FEATURED PROJECT
SHOWCASED - A FEATURED PROJECT
PRIZED - PROJECT FAVED 25+ TIMES
PRIZED - PROJECT FAVED 25+ TIMES
CELEBRATED - PROJECT FAVED 50+ TIMES
CELEBRATED - PROJECT FAVED 50+ TIMES
  • PRIZED - PROJECT FAVED 25+ TIMES
  • CELEBRATED - PROJECT FAVED 50+ TIMES

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