Snowflake Easel Card

Good Evening!

I have a Snowflake Easel Card for you today, the front has 3 layers so you can break out your mirror or glitter card to give it some extra sparkle! It’s really easy to put together and is suitable for anyone on your Christmas Card list! I also have the sentiment I used for my stopper for you today too :)

I cut my card base and large front snowflake from some blue shimmery card, I cut the medium sized snowflake from some iridescent blue glitter card and the smallest snowflake from some textured white card. I stuck the largest snowflake to the card base with some strong tape to form the easel card, I then glued my white snowflake onto my glitter layer before popping them onto the card with 3d foam pads. I printed my sentiment in blue onto more of the textured white card then hand cut it into a banner shape and used it as my stopper by popping it into place with 3d foam pads. To match the iridescent glitter, I added an iridescent sparkle into the middle of my snowflake for some extra bling.

Snowflake Easel card 1

Snowflake Easel card 2

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 Easel Card by Bird

Snowflake Easel Card Digital Cutting File by Bird

Here’s your Free Digi Stamp:
(click on the image to expand before saving to your computer)

Magical Christmas

51 thoughts on “Snowflake Easel Card

  1. JENNY

    Thank you so much for your generous spirit of giving THE MOST BEAUTIFUL files to others! Your kindness is greatly appreciated. I hope you are blessed as you have blessed others with your beautiful gifts! THANK YOU!!!!

  2. Debbie

    Absolutely LOVE this. Thank you so much ! Your designs have become one of my favorite places to come when I need something special. They are all so wonderful!

  3. Alicia B

    First off, Thank You SO much for all the wonderfully amazing files you so freely share with us! They are much appreciated! Secondly, I may be missing a brain cell here, but when I try to save the text portion, I don’t get the option to “save image as” just save as and it saves it as an html. What am I doing wrong? LOL *Hugs*

  4. Jeanette

    I love easel cards and this one is just beautiful. thank you so much for sharing this file. I hope you, too, have a magical Christmas.

  5. Bev

    Love it, but it gives me the chills. I hate winter. As beautiful as your card is…..LOL Thanks so much for a beautiful card.

  6. carol w

    Thank you for this wonderful design! I especially like the hexagon-shaped base that plays up the snowflake. Beautifully done!


    Thank you so much for your beautiful card and the inspiration for us. I don’t think the link for the cutting file is working correctly since it just shows the image. Wasn’t sure if you knew about it. Again, thank you for your generous donations, I left a tip in your tip jar. ;)

    1. Bird Post author

      Can I just check that you are clicking on the link below the image and not the black and pink image itself. I’ve just clicked on the link and it brings up the zip file for me as it should, so give it another go and let me know if you are still having trouble :)

  8. Paula Gale

    OMG – this is seriously fabulous… I LOVE it. I love how your card turned out and am pleased to say that I have some of those gorgeous sparklies from your shop too – anyone considering getting them – do, because they are gorgeous…

    Thank you so much for such a brilliant file – you’re the best!!!

    Paula x x x

  9. denise

    Hi, I always love your stuff and this is n exception the simplicity of this card really makes it stand thank you so much

  10. Janka

    I just got my Cameo and I can’t find the words to express how much I appreciate all your wonderful studio files. Thank you for sharing! :)

  11. Lisa in oregon

    Hi Bird – thank you so very much this is BEAUTIFUL! May I ask, what size did you make the sample card? When I cut it out “as is” from the cut file, it made a very sweet tiny card. I tried enlarging it, but getting it to match the apparent sentiment sized banner is baffling me. Help a newbie out? :)

    1. Lisa in oregon

      And to clarify, yep, I tried altering the sentiment size, but I can’t seem to get it all “matched up” very well size wise. I finally decided to do my own sentiment – but was still curious what size this card was originally. thanks for your patience. :)

    2. Bird Post author

      I made my card to fit inside a 6 inch envelope, the largest snowflake piece needs to be approx 5.75 inches tall as that’s the largest piece. Hope it helps :)

  12. Hazel

    I’ve only recently got my Scan n Cut and saw a link to your wonderful site. Thank you so much for this template. I’ve made two snowflake easel cards – you can see them here x

  13. Ilse

    What a beautiful idea! I think I’ll start with mine too. Just one question the size of your cards are the same size that are in the PDF file? Or you had to enlarge a little?


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