I made this card for yesterday’s Way To Use it challenge “Let’s get warm and fuzzy” and for today’s sketch challenge. I broke out my Sparkly Stuff and my Big Shot Lattice Die. I hadn’t played with either yet.


I started by created two Lattice die cuts out of Whisper White cardstock. I adhered them together with Two Way Glue. Then I added Two Way Glue all over and rubbed White Sparkly Stuff  over the glue. I added a black Jumbo Grommet in it’s center and topped that with a Filigree and Ice Circle Rhinestone brad.

The Bashful Blue Pattern Designer Paper is a 3 3/8″ square. The edges were punched with the ticket corner punch, it was layered on a 1/4″ bigger piece of Whisper White cardstock and the edges were paper pierced. The black layer is cut with the Scallop Square Big Shot die. I placed it so that only two edges received scallops.

The next layer is a 4 1/4″ x 4 1/2″ piece of Merry Moments Designer Paper it was layered on a slightly bigger piece of basic black cardstock. The designer paper was paper pierced and sanded.

The sentiment is from Four the Holidays from the Holiday Mini catalog. It was stamped in Black Stazon on Whisper White cardstock. I added snowflake images from the Holiday Mini catalog Serene Snowflakes in second generation Bashful Blue. The edges were rounded with the 1 1/4″ circle punch. It was layered on a slightly bigger piece of Basic Black cardstock, the bottom edge of which had been punched with the Eyelet Border punch.

I punched a hole underneath where the sentiment would be adhered and tied White Satin Ribbon through it. The sentiment was taped over it with dimensionals. Last everything was adhered to a 5″ square card base out of Bashful Blue.


I had played with Bashful Blue Lattice cutouts as well and still had them on the table. So I taped one in the center of the backside of the card front. I cut another white one and adhered the cutout pieces of that Lattice inside the blue one.


For the card inside I layered a 4 1/2″ square of Whisper White cardstock on a 1/4″ piece of the Basic Black cardstock. The Merry Moments designer paper strip measures 1 1/4″ x 4 1/2″. It was layered on a slightly bigger strip of Basic Black that had been punched with the Eyelet Border Punch. The top edge of the designer paper was paper pierced and the entire piece was sanded.

To add a little something something  I punched out a Bashful Blue and a Basic Black snowflake with Jumbo Snowflake punch. I layered them on top of each other, created a black circle with the Window word punch and topped it off with a Clear Circle Rhinestone brad.

I hope you have time to play and enjoy the sketch! I would love to see your take on it. Have a wonderful weekend. Hugs and smiles


Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

27 Responses to “Fuzzy Lattice Snowflake”

  1. Gorgeous! Your cards are always so mindblowing-ly beautiful. I love your patterned paper/cardstock choices – great colors!

  2. This is wonderful, Beate!!! Love these colors and they layered medallion die cut is fantastic!!!

  3. Just gorgeous, Beate! I LOVE this!

  4. Liebe Beate,

    Deine Karten gefallen mir wahnsinnig gut, Du hast einen unglaublich schönen Stil, und auch diese hier ist wieder sagenhaft schön geworden *schwärm*

    Ein wundervolles Wochenende und herzliche Grüße aus Deutschland
    schickt Dir Anke

  5. This is soooo pretty, Beate!! I hadn’t thought to use my Lattice die for a big snowflake, and yours is gorgeous with the Sparkly Fluff on it!! I love your brad center and pretty colors as well!!

  6. so very pretty, Beate! you make that die that I kinda groaned at look good!

  7. I have this die coming in my order today and now I really can’t wait to play with it!!! Love the snowflake! Love the blue lattice filled with the white! So gorgeous!!!

    If I have time to stamp this afternoon, I’ll try my hand at the sketch 🙂

    TFS your beautiful work!

  8. ohhh now I am wanting this die!! Such a great idea, I never would of thought of that!

  9. What a stunning creation! I am ready to run right up to my stamp room and break out the lattice die — thanks for the inspiration!

  10. Gorgeous card, Beate — love the snowflake created from the lattice die; sparkly & fluffy is the perfect touch! Beautiful touch to put the other lattice die cut on the inside of the card, too! Thanks for a wonderful sketch!

  11. Gorgeous Beate! So sorry I’m late this morning with my sketch! The good news is that next week’s sketch it DONE! Can you say DORK? Have a great weekend babe!

  12. Beautiful cards Beate!! Love the color combos – so fresh!! 🙂

  13. this is sooo cool! I love how you use things in clever ways! 🙂

  14. I just love the lattice die! It’s one of my favorites to use. I’m surprised that you were able to resist it’s call for awhile! 😀 Love the idea of rebuilding it with a second color inside. Thx for sharing!

  15. SO very beautiful!

  16. oh, wow! i had to look hard to see the lattice there! beautiful!!

  17. Holy dooley I LOVE that card. Have I mentioned how nice it is to see your wonderful creativity again? Well IT IS!! Great sketch….I’m going to have fun with it for sure…thanks Beate!

  18. Oh my, Beate! That snowflake is stunning!! The filigree brad is just perfect with it!

  19. Very, very pretty, B. Of course the snowflake is beautiful. Happy Weekend! Hugs!

  20. Such a beautiful card, Beate! I absolutely LOVE every detail!

  21. You’re a genious – love the snowflake made from the Lattice die! I stalk your site – beautiful work!!!

  22. brilliant, you are always so brilliant. I love this die and now I love it even more. I know what’s going on a winter scrapbook page this year!

  23. So very pretty! Awesome creation!

  24. Love this card…I can even use this, I do not celebrate Christmas, but Chanukkah!

  25. Now, I NEED that die! Such a beautiful card. Thanks for another great sketch.

  26. OK…so I have been wanting this Lattice Die and have been holding off…but NO LONGER WILL I HOLD OFF! LOVE this Beate!!

  27. Ok, this is just SUPER pretty! I love it.

    Cindy in Boise

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