Wintry Greetings

Snow-flecked Holiday Card

by Jennifer Vanderbeek

A snowflecked red glittern Victorian house adorns this sweet handmade card by Jennifer Vanderbeek.

Dreaming of a white Christmas even though the snow on your tree is artfully applied spray foam? Send wintry greetings to friends and family with the help of a few choice items from Imagine’s cadre of supplies.

Skill: Intermediate
Time: 20 minutes



Step 1

Stamp doily pattern with Versamark ink onto vellum and heat emboss with white embossing power. Fussy cut the doily sections and set aside.


Step 2

Die cut the Victorian house from red glitter cardstock and vellum. Attach the vellum to the back of the glitter paper. Spray the back of the layered die cut with wedding dress irRESISTible Texture Spray to look like flecks of snow on showing through the vellum “windows.” Allow to dry completely.


Step 3

Add a frosting of snow along the various roof lines of the die cut with cotton white StazOn Studio Glaze. Don’t neglect the front steps or the base of the house for snow drifts. You may need two coats to really get it to stand out and up from the glittery die cut.


Step 4

Assemble the card by attaching the doily image to one side of a patterned card front and gluing the decorated die cut slightly off-center with some liquid dimensional glue. Use the same glue to attach a band of alternate patterned paper threaded through with ribbon to the bottom third of the card.


Step 5

Embellish the ribbon band with three flat pearl beads or buttons and mat the entire card onto a white card base.



  • American Crafts – red glitter, black snowflake, and green foil trees patterned cardstock
  • Cardstock – white
  • Vellum
  • Unity Stamp Co – cre-ate SMAK stamps
  • Acrylic block
  • Heat tool
  • Die-Versions – Tall Victorian Home Whispers die
  • Die cut machine
  • Xyron – Create-a-Sticker 500
  • Helmar – Liquid Scrap Dots
  • Wired Organza Ribbon
  • Pearl beads



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