Thursday, September 29, 2022

How to make a LIGHT UP card! | Beautiful snowflake Christmas Card | Stampin' Up! Joyful Flurry Bundle

Hello crafters, cardmakers, and stampers! My gosh I'm so excited to share today's card! Not only does this card feature a stunning flurry of beautiful snowflakes, but it also LIGHTS UP! Yes, there is a little light in there that makes one of the peekaboo snowflakes light up. It looks so so pretty when it's lit.

I've been not so patiently waiting to create this card tutorial so you can create your own lighted cards. So this week on my lice crafting show I shared this card and made it from start to finish, including how to create the circuit inside to make the light work. Enjoy the show!

There's really nothing hard about making a lighted card like this. It just takes a little knowledge and some unconventional products. Don't worry, I share resources and links to get everything you need in the video, so please do give it a watch. 

Quite honestly, the hardest thing about this card was trying to get a picture of it lit up. In the end I was unsuccessful capturing a photo, but you can see it very clearly in the video. 

I absolutely LOVE these peekaboo snowflake dies and think they are so unique. The Joyful Flurry Bundle is absolutely stunning. 

If you liked today's card, you're going to absolutely love my Joyful Flurry Online Class! Class kits ship anywhere in Canada, and the best part is, you do the class when it works for you! I email you a class video tutorial that you can watch whenever you want, as many times as you want! 

Get the online class details HERE

When you shop with me, you get rewarded! With every $50 ordered using the monthly host code, you'll automatically be enrolled in my Stamp Tokens program, plus receive a thank you gift from me.

Thank you so much for stopping by and I hope you enjoyed the project I had to share with you today! You'll find a full supply list, with clickable links, at the end of this post. Thank you in advance for shopping with me!

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