Wintry Christmas Celebration Card

Show your appreciation for a white Christmas with the Wintry Christmas Celebration Card. If you're looking for unique Christmas card ideas, this is an excellent place to start. Step away from the traditional red and green and embrace the blues and whites of wintry hues. Layer panels of card stock in different patterns and textures to add interest. The chevron sky background is particularly eye catching! The snowy trees and hills are simple and effective. Celebrate the Christmas season with a winter wonderland card.

Wintry Christmas Celebration Card

Materials from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L:

  • E-Z Dots Permanent
  • Crafty Foam Tape White
  • 3D Foam Frames
  • 3D Foam Trees
  • 3D Foam Stars
  • Crafty Power Tape
  • Dodz Medium

Wintry Christmas Celebration Card

Other Materials:

  • Spellbinders Embossing Folder
  • Lawn Fawn Papers
  • Bazzill card stock
  • Stampendous Ink
  • Embossing Powders and Glitter
  • May Arts Ribbon
  • Some Odd Girl Stamp Set
  • Westcott Trimmer and Scissors


1. To begin, dry emboss plain white card stock with a Spellbinders wood grain embossing folder.

Wintry Christmas Celebration Card

2. Using the E-Z Runner™ Permanent Dots adhesive, attach this white embossed piece to the card base.

Wintry Christmas Celebration Card

3. To create the winter scene, adhere a 3D Foam Frame to a piece of patterned paper and then heat embossed it with Stampendous Shabby Blue Embossing Enamel.

Wintry Christmas Celebration Card

Wintry Christmas Celebration Card

4. After a few moments of cooling off, cut out the Frame and prepare to design the winter scene.

Wintry Christmas Celebration Card

5. First, make the snowy hills by cutting 3 wavy strips of white card stock and adhering them to the inside bottom edge of the frame.

Wintry Christmas Celebration Card

Wintry Christmas Celebration Card

6. Then add the other Designer Shapes: 3D Foam Trees and one 3D Foam Star.

Wintry Christmas Celebration Card

7. Dump white glitter onto the trees and silver glitter onto the star, rubbing in, then brushing off excess.

Wintry Christmas Celebration Card

8. The Crafty Power Tape helped attach the ribbon securely. Place one medium Dodz™ behind the knot of the bow.

Wintry Christmas Celebration Card

9. Finally, stamp and heat emboss the sentiment “Celebrate” and adhere it with a strip of Crafty Foam Tape.

Wintry Christmas Celebration Card

Wintry Christmas Celebration Card

Here is a photo of the dimension the Foam Adhesives and Designer Shapes add to the card. It’s still flat enough to slide into a standard envelope and mail in the post.

Wintry Christmas Celebration Card

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This is a really nice project. Not only do you give a list of supplies and written instructions, but you also included pictures of each step. I think even a clutz like myself should be able to make this one. Thank you so much for your generosity in offering this project.


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