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I have a Snowflake Double Z card for you today, it comes in 2 parts in order to make it a decent sized card (mine is just under 6 inches) so I thought I’d show how I put it together in case it isn’t obvious :)I went way out of my comfort zone with today’s colour scheme, I tend to gravitate towards whites, blues and aquas for anything snowflake-y but you have to challenge yourself sometimes! I did sneak in the obligatory bit of glitter though ;)

Pic 1. These are all of the pieces needed for the card, I picked some kraft card for my card base pieces, some patterned papers for the outside and inside layers and glitter card for my snowflake pieces:

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Pic 2. I folded along the perforated lines in the kraft card then added double sided tape around the edge of one of the square panels so I can overlap them to create my card base:

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Pic 3. Once the back panels were stuck together, I taped my inner patterned paper layer. I chose some paper that had a large area that I could write my message on:

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Pic 4. All of the other pieces are added to the front of the card, the rectangle pieces are placed either side of the opening as a backdrop to the snowflake detail:

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Pic 5. This is how the card looks when it is closed, I had added some Metal Embellishments to decorate the corners:

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Pic 6. This how the card looks when it is open:

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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 Double Z Card by Bird

Snowflake Double Z Card Digital Cutting File by Bird

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