Stamp the front of the card with three different snowflake wood mounted stamps using some white pigment ink and let it dry.
Diecut a small envelope from a sheet of vellum (I used my Silhouette Cameo) and cut a piece of black card stock to measure approximately 3.5 inches by 2.5 inches. Assemble and adhere the envelope.
Stamp the Susan K. Weckesser snowman stamp (IB-SB-326 One Of A Kind Winter) and also the "let it snow" sentiment with some white pigment ink onto a sheet of black card stock and let it dry. When it was dry, fussy cut the snowman.
Slide the black card stock sentiment into the vellum envelope and added some gold sequins and wood veneer stars painted with some Smooch Pearlized Accent Ink.
Cut a strip of washi tape and adhere it around the bottom of the vellum envelope making sure to cut the strip long enough to seal the right hand side of the envelope.
Adhere the "chalkboard" snowman with adhesive to the righthand side of the envelope. Be sure to offset it a little off the righthand side of the vellum envelope and adhere three wood veneer stars to the outside of the vellum envelope. Set the vellum envelope aside.
Wrap the of gold May Arts ribbon around the front of the card and tie a bow. Make sure to have it on the lefthand side of the card so there is enough space for the vellum envelope to be placed to the righthand side of it.
Add some dimensional adhesive or pop dots to the backside of the vellum envelope and place it over the ribbon.
The card is now complete. I hope you enjoyed this tutorial and be sure to check out Susan K. Weckesser's blog for more inspiration. Have a creative day!