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Completed Frozen Inspired Snowflake Card

Frozen Inspired Snowflake Thank You Card

March 24, 2020 Sarah Coggins

We were recently gifted some books and scrapbooking supplies from a friend of my mom’s. The latter included a good bit of Disney as well as Frozen themed papers and stickers. Not to mention 2 cute Olaf cutout puppets. My Frozen obsessed 5 year old has had the best time playing with those. Instead of just jotting a quick note in a store bought card, we made our own snowflake thank you card.

The steps are so easy. We wanted to share this fun idea to inspire others. Change up the colors, switch the shapes, and truly this could be a fun card for any time.


  • Blank Card
  • White Cardstock or Watercolor Paper
  • Watercolors
  • Silhouette or Cricut Machine
  • Shape Punches (optional)
  • Adhesive
  • Sentiment Stamp
  • Stamp Ink


Step 1 Have fun painting a sheet of white cardstock or watercolor paper with watercolors.

Blue Snowflake Watercolor Painting

There is no right or wrong here. Use any colors you like varying the intensity and overlapping. We even included pink with our blues! Then set aside to fully dry.

Finished Snowflake Watercolor Painting

Step 2 Cut or punch out the shapes you want to use from your painted paper. Since we were going for a Frozen theme, I used my Silhouette Cameo to cut out 3 snowflake designs.

Snowflake Cutouts from Watercolor Painting

Step 3 Use adhesive to attach the shapes to the blank card.

Snowflake Cutouts with Xyron Adhesive

We used our Xryon machine to quickly apply adhesive to the back of the snowflakes. Then simply peel and stick to your card.

Step 4 Stamp a sentiment if you would like. We chose a simple “thank you.”

Completed Frozen Inspired Snowflake Card

Step 5 Write your note inside and your Frozen inspired snowflake thank you card is ready to send to the recipient!

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