Snowflake Background

Good Evening!

I had a few requests for a snowflake background and here it is! Be warned though it is quite intricate, I would suggest using a lightweight cardstock, I used 160gsm which is 60/65lb I believe.

I cut my background at 5.5 inches and although it cut well, it took me a while to carefully remove the negative pieces. I glued it straight onto a piece of patterned paper by adding dots of wet glue over the back of the entire background then sliding glue under any rogue pieces that dare to pop up afterwards ;). I chose one of my favourite fonts (Sweetheart Script) for my sentiment then cut an oval for it to sit on with holes on both sides to pop some thick bakers twine through. I cut a couple of snowflakes from set 1 then added a couple of pearls and a button to finish.


Snowflake Background Card

Here’s your Free Cut File – Formats include ai, dxf, gsd, mtc, pdf, studio & svg:
(click on the link below the image to download)

Snowflake Background by Bird

Snowflake Background Digital Cutting File by Bird

39 thoughts on “Snowflake Background

  1. Becky Jo

    Thanks for this beautiful cut file! Just got my low tack mats from Silhouette so I think I’ll try this out. I’ll let you know how I make out with it. Hugs!!

  2. Audrey

    This card is so beautiful. Its a shame we don’t have a snowy Christmas is Australia or I would make a heap of cards like this. I think I will make at least one though

  3. carol w

    You are quite amazing, successfully gluing such an intricate design! The card is just lovely and thank you for sharing this beautiful background.

  4. Nicky

    Merci Bird pour ce magnifique fichier – j’aime la police employée et grâce au lien j’ai pu l’installer ! merci!!!

  5. barbara

    Thank you so much for this background. This is so beautiful!
    I will be using this for my Christmas cards this year:)

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  7. Paula Gale

    WOW – yours turned out beautiful Bird – I have to show a bit more patience with delicate cut patterns because my downfall is successfully getting it off the mat!! Your card looks stunning… thank you so much

    Paula x x x

  8. Rosy

    Wow! This is awesome. Thanks so much for sharing these files. It’s been quite a while since I’ve been on your blog and it’s been nice to see what you’ve been up to in creation land!

  9. Mary Drew

    Thank you so much for you free cutting files. I wish I had your talent for designing.
    I am trying to convert files to use on my Brother Scan n cut and spend many hours playing.
    Kind regards
    Mary Drew


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