Snowburst Thank You Card

Christmas may have just passed, but let’s use the remaining holly jolly papers or DSP to make a festive snowburst thank you card!

Thank you cards, especially a homemade one, can really put a smile on the face of someone who hosted a holiday party or gave you that new stamp set or scarf.

This card looks fun, and it’s super easy to make using just a few scraps of that holiday paper!
The design is usually called a “starburst” or “sunburst” card, but…its winter…so snowburst, right?! Below, I show you how to create this snowburst thank you card.


Steps to Make a Snowburst Card:

  1. Cut Garden Green to 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″; fold in half for the cardbase.
  2. Cut Very Vanilla to 5 1/4″ x 4″. This will be what I adhere the festive papers to!
  3. Cut 4 pieces of  6″ x 1 1/2″ double-sided DSP. Cut each in half diagonally. This’ll give you 8 different patterns. Lay out the patterned papers over the Very Vanilla with the thin points towards one side of the Very Vanilla paper. Don’t worry about which order you place them…these patterns coordinate beautifully so any order will be great! Adhere the pieces edge to edge.

4. When all of your festive paper pieces are adhered, flip it to the back and trim the excess. Adhere this to your Garden Green cardbase.
flip to back of card and trim
5. For the sentiment, stamp the thank you in Garden Green on Very Vanilla cardstock. Die cut the sentiment using the stitched all around circle die. Die cut a slightly larger circle from the Real Red, and the next larger circle from Very Vanilla. Adhere these together, and on to your cardfront.

Snowburst Starburst christmas thank you card
Sending thank you cards is a meaningful tradition. I hope this one inspires you to try a starburst/snowburst card with your remaining DSP!

This week I’m playing along with the Watercooler Challenge WWC201 — Anything Goes, and the Simon Says Wednesday Challenge.

Do you need more thank you cards? Check out Lake Scene Thank You CardPinwheel Star Quilt Card Tutorial, and Creating and Blending with Watercolor Powders: How to Use Color Bursts to Make Bright Thank You Cards.

Happy Crafting!
SnowburstThank You Card

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2 Responses

  1. Marsha Reed says:

    Beautiful card, Laura! Thanks for joining us at the Watercooler Wednesday Challenge. Marsha DT

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