Let It Snow

I’ve just completed assembling 10 double sided snowflakes that I cut on my 15″ KNK Maxx Air.  The designs for the snowflakes came from the “Alpine Snow” cut set from Lettering Delights.  I decided to cut the snowflakes from white card stock and to cut a second set so I could adhere them back to back.  That way when they are hung, both sides are pretty.  I suspected that it would be a challenge to photograph them so you could see the various layers.  It was.  Here is the photo of the 10 snowflakes and if you look closely you can see the layers thanks to some help from Adobe Photoshop Elements software.

Snowflakes-Optimized

Materials Used:

White cardstock

Settings:

Machine:  15″ KNK Maxx Air

Blade:  Standard Material – red cap

Force:  32

Speed: 80

Single pass

The Cut Sets from Lettering Delights contain SVG format files.  These files were imported into the Make the Cut software and cut from there.  Then it was just a matter of assembling the pieces and adhering them together.  I will add a hanging cord to each one of these and use them as gifts for my friends.  It would also be very pretty to use one snowflake and put it on a Christmas or winter greeting card.

 

 

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