I simply cannot deny it: I love winter. I think my love of snow is in my blood.
I was born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts. I went to college in the “Snow Belt” in upstate New York. Most of my family members live in New England and aside from travel, I have lived in this cold, snowy place for my entire life.
Don’t feel bad for me either! It’s breathtakingly beautiful in New England all year round, but especially so when everything is covered with a good, deep coating of the white stuff.
So, is it any wonder why I love crafting this time of year? With Cricut Access, there are so many choices on how to celebrate my love of snow.
Today’s Challenge is actually a group of cards that center around my favorite theme “snow”.
Each card is darling, of course, and each card shows you how simple or challenging you can be when you have an Access subscription.
First up is this simple to cut and assemble snowflake card. It uses only two pieces of paper and your Cricut machine does the rest. You could use this card as a base to build upon–maybe add a greeting–or you can leave it simple. It’s entirely up to you! You can find this card by searching for “snowflake card” in Images. Pull it onto your canvas and then add any embellishments. Cutting takes only a few minutes.
The second card is also easy to cut, but I’ve given it a sparkly blue background. This card is so simple to make, but makes a BIG impact! You can find it under the Cartridge section when you search for “Simple Holiday Cards”. I think the glitter really works, don’t you?
Joy Snowflake Winter Card, modified
And the last card is this dimensional Let It Snow Card. This card started out with the word “JOY” as a greeting in the center, but I swapped the greeting out for another favorite greeting. Everything else remains the same from this Cricut Access Project entitled “Joy Snowflake Winter Card”. I cut the snowflakes in Cricut glitter Card stock and mounted some of them with foam dots to give the card the look when snowflakes are falling. Pretty cool, isn’t it?
Links to project file in Cricut Community:
“Go forth and Cricut, my friends!”
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