Thursday, November 24, 2011


Hi everyone…this is a super easy flower to make for holiday projects

Chipboard snowflakes
White Acrylic Paint (I love the dabber it is so easy to use)
Snowflakes cut from white cardstock
Brown Chalk Ink
Glimmer Mist

 Step One:
Paint your chipboard piece and set aside to dry.

Step Two:
I cut my snowflakes with my cricut to start... in a few different sizes. Now I ink around the edges of all the snowflakes.

Step Three:
Ink around the chippy snowflake and add a gem to the center of it. I have bent up and crinkled the snowflakes before putting them together. This will add some dimension to them.

Step Four:
Layer your snowflakes and glue them together.

Step Five
To finish off the snowflakes I have added some stickles to them, some clear and some gold, and then I spayed them with some light colored glimmer mist to make them shimmer.  

That is it, so easy and fast. These are very vintage looking on holiday heritage layouts. Here is a little peek of an upcoming project with one on it.   


Bellaidea said...

great idea! I will try:)
Thank you!

Beverly Sams said...

Shona, these are beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing your process!

Linda Pekrul said...

They're so pretty Shona. Thanks for sharing.

Vicky Alberto said...

shabbylicious, can't wait to see the lo!

Renee said...

Very pretty!! Great job and tfs with us !!

Ira said...

Awesome snowflakes Shona, you've just proven that they don't always have to be white!

misty said...

These are beautiful Shona! thanks for showing!

reneabouquets said...

So gorgeous Shona! I am definitely going to give this one a go! Thank you for sharing!

Lisa said...

Thank you for sharing Shona!!! They are gorgeous!

scrappyhappymom said...

These are gorgeous! Thanks for sharing.

CaroleAnne Wright said...

Hi shona, just lovley, have to give these a go they are gorjuss!BFN