Clean & Simple Die Cutting #35 Cozy Warm & Bright Card

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Hi everyone! I’m back with another Clean & Simple Die Cutting episode sharing a Holiday Card.

This post is from the bi-weekly “Clean & Simple Die Cutting” series. You can view all posts from this series by clicking here.

This is a white and grey card with a large thick snowflake and partially stamped sentiment. This card and video first appeared on Spellbinders Youtube Channel and you can view it here or in my post below.

Yana Smakula | Spellbinders - Warm Cozy & Bright Holiday Card using S4-433 Snowflake Bliss dies. For more cardmaking ideas and video tutorials please visit https://www.yanasmakula.com/?lang=en

I used one of the new Spellbinders dies to create this card – the Snowflake Bliss S4-433. The largest snowflake is very beautiful and can be used as a focal point on a card or to create 3D ornaments for a Christmas Tree. I actually plan to do that later this month.

Yana Smakula | Spellbinders - Warm Cozy & Bright Holiday Card using S4-433 Snowflake Bliss dies. For more cardmaking ideas and video tutorials please visit https://www.yanasmakula.com/?lang=en

The sentiment on this card is from Hero Arts and it is partially stamped on a snowflake and is also continued onto the background.

Yana Smakula | Spellbinders - Warm Cozy & Bright Holiday Card using S4-433 Snowflake Bliss dies. For more cardmaking ideas and video tutorials please visit https://www.yanasmakula.com/?lang=en

The main snowflake is made up of 5 layers of cardstock, it really doesn’t look like a paper one. Very thick and beautiful.

Yana Smakula | Spellbinders - Warm Cozy & Bright Holiday Card using S4-433 Snowflake Bliss dies. For more cardmaking ideas and video tutorials please visit https://www.yanasmakula.com/?lang=en

If you’d like to know how I made this card you can watch my video below or on Spellbinders Youtube Channel:

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