Winter is Better Card with Corina Finley!

 Hello Everyone!

Corina here with you today to share a Winter themed card. I will show you how I added texture/pattern to my card, with the snowflake border die to create a stencil and texture paste.

First I die cut the Snowflake Mesh Border out of thick/heavy card stock.

Then apply 2 Way Glue (this glue will dry tacky) which will allow the border to be removable.

Then place your stencil on to your card stock and apply the texture paste.

Lift up the stencil and place it down on the other side of card stock to use it again.

I love how it turned out! Cheery Lynn dies work so well for this technique because they are so detailed.

Also the Stencil that is left looks interesting with the texture paste on it - frosty! I will have to create a card using it for next week!

Here is a close up of the texture card stock after I layered a few snowflake dies and my sentiment. I tied a piece of white seam binding across the center to hide the gap in the middle. I used the

Dancing Snow Flurries snowflake, one snowflake from set #1 & #2 of Snowflowers, and a few of the small snowflake to create my blizzard! I finished my card off by adding a little Bling to the snowflakes!

Die used:

Dancing Snow Flurries - B486

I hope you will play along in our weekly Cheery Lynn Designs Challenge 161 - 'Tis the Season. You could win a $20 shopping spree at the online Cheery Lynn Design Store

Thanks for joining me today!

Take care,
Corina Finley
Live, Laugh & Create!


  1. Love this card! Thanks for the instructions on the texture.

  2. What a great effect the texture paste has made through the stencil - brilliant!

  3. What a fantastic effect you achieved with this technique. I love it.

  4. What a clever idea to use one of the Cheery Lynn dies to make a stencil. It seems to have worked perfectly for making the background to this beautiful card.


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