Punch 312

From Snowflakes to Pattern Paper

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.

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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. 

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~Wendy Price~

7 thoughts on “From Snowflakes to Pattern Paper

  1. Bev Code

    that is amazing.. and beautiful.. and fabulous use of extra snowflakes..

  2. Valerie Bishop

    Wow! So creative!! Love that card!

  3. GinniG

    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!!!

  4. Linda Beeson

    Wow, this is like an optical illusion test! What a fabulous idea and great card.

  5. Barbara Bruder

    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.

  6. steph

    Very creative Wendy, love it.

  7. Sharon Hinckley

    Bravo on your creative use of the punch. Beautiful work!

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Punch 312

From Snowflakes to Pattern Paper

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.

IMG_2756

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. 

IMG_2758
 Supplies Used:

~Wendy Price~

7 thoughts on “From Snowflakes to Pattern Paper

  1. Bev Code

    that is amazing.. and beautiful.. and fabulous use of extra snowflakes..

  2. Valerie Bishop

    Wow! So creative!! Love that card!

  3. GinniG

    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!!!

  4. Linda Beeson

    Wow, this is like an optical illusion test! What a fabulous idea and great card.

  5. Barbara Bruder

    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.

  6. steph

    Very creative Wendy, love it.

  7. Sharon Hinckley

    Bravo on your creative use of the punch. Beautiful work!

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