Layered Snowflake Word Christmas Cards

Hi There fellow KnK-ers!

I have a set of layered Christmas cards made with my Zing today where I have taken Christmas words and replaced the ‘o’ with a snowflake. I have used a different snowflake for each card but they are interchangeable.

I have added all 4 card cut files at the end of the post but if you would like to create your own layered card in Make The Cut, using someones name on their Birthday perhaps, here’s how:

  1. Type your letters and use the ‘Shadow Layer’ option increasing the ‘Shadow Width’ as desired, I usually opt for a Rounded ‘Corner Join’.
  2. Repeat step 1 for more layers.
  3. To create your card base, add another ‘Shadow Layer’ then ‘Copy’ and ‘Paste in place’ to create 2 identical shapes.
  4. If you want a top folding card you need to ‘Flip’ one of these shapes and move upwards until they only slightly overlap, if you want a side folding card you need to ‘Mirror’ one of these shapes instead and move to the left until they only slightly overlap.
  5. Select both of your overlapping card base shapes and ‘Weld’.

Here are all of today’s cards:

Snowflake Word Cards



  • Blade = Standard
  • Blade Height = 25 post-it notes
  • Offset = 0.30
  • Speed = Card 10 & Glitter Card 9
  • Force = 70
  • Passes = 1

Pic 1: Here are all of the pieces for my Ho Ho Ho card, I chose to alternate layers of red and white ColorMates Smooth & Silky cardstock and cut some white glitter card for my top layer:

Ho Ho Ho Card 1

Pic 2: I folded my card base and set side. I used double sided tape to adhere the larger 2 layers together then cut down some 3D foam pads to hide behind my H’s and snowflakes to give them some dimension:

Ho Ho Ho Card 2

Pic 3: Once my card front was assembled I added more 3D foam pads onto the reverse and placed onto my card base. As a finishing touch I popped some sparkles in the middle of the snowflakes.

Ho Ho Ho Card 3

All of the cards are assembled in the same way, here’s a closer look at them:

Ho Ho Ho Card 4

Let It Snow Card

Joy Card

Noel Snowflake Card

If you would like to see more projects that I have created with my Zing and access my free cut files you can find my blog here:

Here are today’s Cut Files:


Ho Ho Ho Card Cut File


Let It Snow Card Cut File


Joy Card Cut File


Noel Card Cut File

35 thoughts on “Layered Snowflake Word Christmas Cards

  1. WOW I can’t thank you enough Bird! I’m card challenged and this makes me feel creative! Thank you for sharing so generously!
    love hugs and prayers
    Have a Happy and Blessed Thanksgiving!

  2. These are all so pretty! Think Noel is my favorite. Thank you so very much for sharing your instructions and files with us. Happy Thanksgiving!

  3. Beautiful, Bird!!! Thank you so much for sharing all of your talents and files. These will be fun to make and give. You are so creative!

  4. Bird!!
    These are over the top wonderful as usual!! Thank you so very much for being a part of our team KNK:) It’s such an honor to be a part with you! be so blessed!! Also—do you know where in the US I could purchase sparkles like you have??? be blessed
    ~Beyond Measure

    • Thanks for your kind words Tammy, the feeling is mutual! ๐Ÿ™‚

      As for the sparkles, Kaisercraft do a line of them called โ€˜Sparkletsโ€™ and Creative Expressions have some called โ€˜Dazzlersโ€™. I not sure if you can get either of those in the US or not though but it’s worth a look ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. Oh my, Bird. You have another real winner with these cards. I love them! And thank you for the files.

  6. Thank you so much for the files they are FAB hope i can get them to run on my trusty old CraftRobo.

  7. o these are sooo beautiful! Thanks Bird for all the sharing and making the Zing even more fun!!!!!

  8. Fabulous, Bird. Thank you so much for these – they will be perfect for some UK Christmas cards that I have to make and send from Canada! Thank you.

  9. Beautiful! You put a lot of thought into the many layers (and the red & white together makes me think of a candy cane). Thank you so much for sharing your creativity!

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