Snowflakes, winter critters, mittens and mugs full of hot chocolate. The trending topics for Christmas cards last year. But using them for Christmas cards isn’t the only option. You can still use those amazing snowflakes and winter images to make some nice winter cards. And it’s becoming a new trend. So just before we’ll get into the spring mood, I’ll share some beautiful winter themed cards with you.
The cute critters we’ve seen before are good for every season. Give them little hats or a scarf and they fit in the winter theme immediately. But even if you don’t have the extra imagery to give them a winter look, they still look cool without them ;).
Yainea used this Yeti to make a love-themed card. And even though it’s a real ‘Santa hat’ it’s still cute now. You could also give the Santa hat another color and than it looks more like a normal hat.
Sending Love by Yainea, image source My Paper Journey
Or this card from the husband and son from Emily Leiphart, just so cute. They even have a video which is narrated by her son, that’s even cuter ;).
You’re Cool by the Leiphart boys, image source Art from the Heart
Isha Gupta has made a really lovely winter card that could be used for every occasion. Just nice to let someone know that you think of them.
Owl card by Isha Gupta, image source New Ideas
Snowflakes are a pretty popular subject too. Their intricate shapes are really beautiful to use on cards. Virginia Lu has made this beautiful white on white card.
Wishing by Virginia Lu, image source Virginias View
Or you can add more color like Heather did.
One of a kind card by Heather, image source Handmade by Heather
There are some beautiful winter papers too. They add an instant winter feel to your card and have beautiful color combinations. And, they’re great to combine with those beautiful snowflakes like Melissa did on her card.
Snow much thanks by Melissa, image source Creating from the Heart
And some of the papers give you the possibility to add all the great things of winter on one card like this one that Stephanie used.
Thanks by Stephanie Klauck, image source Round Here
And of course I have a couple of supplies to share with you, so you could make your own winter themed cards.
Bo Bunny Altitude Paper Pad at Simon Says Stamp
Simon Says Stamp Hand lettered Winter Wishes at Simon Says Stamp
Let it snowflake die by My Favorite Things at My Favorite Things
Arctic Penguins stamp set by Mama Elephant at Mama Elephant
Yeti, Set, Go stamp set by Lawn Fawn at Lawn Fawn
So there are a lot of ways to use the winter theme in your projects. It’s not only great for Christmas cards but you can make any kind of card with it. I hope you all have a great time!