After creating the snowflake glitter card last week, I had a nice little pile of extra snowflakes laying on my desk. I was just about to sweep them into the trash bin when I started moving them around and seeing what patterns I could create with them. When lined up, ends touching, they create the coolest pattern.
Using white glue and a paint brush, I painted a dab of glue on each snowflake point and began adhering them down. When I had a few square inches done, I cut 1.5 inch squares from the pattern. To switch it up a bit I used red snowflakes on the bottom square. It looks time consuming but it really comes together quite quickly.
- Kreaxions 4 in 1 Punch 312
- American Craft cardstock
- Stampendous Happy Messages Clear Stamps
- Black Soot Distress Ink
- red yarn
7 thoughts on “From Snowflakes to Pattern Paper”
that is amazing.. and beautiful.. and fabulous use of extra snowflakes..
Wow! So creative!! Love that card!
I just LOVE your card! And I love using the negative pieces from my Kreaxions punches! I’ll definitely be lifting this idea in the future! GREAT card Wendy!!!
Wow, this is like an optical illusion test! What a fabulous idea and great card.
WOW. Its amazing what we can do with leftovers and I’m not talking food here. LOL What a beautiful card with very creative designs from leftovers.
Very creative Wendy, love it.
Bravo on your creative use of the punch. Beautiful work!