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Snowman Card

Lodell Halvorson

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Snowman Card
By Lodell Halvorson

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Designer's Tip: Try to use the dark glitters first, working your way to the light colors.



  1. Place the card with the fold on top. Glue a 3/4"x5" strip of tan snowflake paper on the right and left of the card. Glue a 1/2"x5" strip of pink snowflake paper on the right and left next to the tan. Glue a 4"x5" blue paper centered on the card.
  2. Position the snowman centered on the blue 1" from the bottom, adding glitter one color at a time. Place two zigzag borders at 3/4" and 1/2" from the bottom with white glitter on top and grey glitter on the bottom.
  3. Stamp "Hope & Peace" on 3"x1/2" white cardstock and glue centered 3/8" from the top. Place a large pink Sparklet at each end. Place small pink and purple Sparklets on the pink strips, alternating colors, between the snowflakes. Place two more on the snowman's stomach.

Project comments

Written by Tania
 5 years 2 months ago:
I'd love to make this card because it is so cute but I have no idea how the glitter was done and the instructions are not very detailed. Is it possible to get a bit more direction? I'm nowhere near as talented as the wonderful designers at Paper Wishes!
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
Each piece of the Double-Sticke Snowman Dazzlesâ„¢ is a separate piece of the double-stick material. So place the bottom snowman on your card then sprinkle on the glitter then tap off the excess onto a sheet of paper. Gently fold the paper so the glitter goes into the center and pour it back into your glitter container. Then you can place the next snowman piece onto your project and color it with glitter. Continue placing the pieces and glitter each one following this process.


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