Just uploading another Christmas card I couldn't show until the recipient had it in their hand.
This one uses Stampendous brand Stamp and Bond powder (other brands come by various names eg: Heat and Stick etc) and fine glitter - such a fun technique even if it is rather messy (or maybe it's just me who is messy LOL!!).
I lined up the 3 individual Hero Arts Snowflakes (note: comes as a set of 4) on my acrylic block, inked them with Versacolor Sky Blue pigment ink, poured on the Stamp and Bond powder and removed the excess from around the images, then heated it with a heat gun until the powder melted which takes very little time. As soon as it was melted, I poured on fine Ice Crystal glitter and of course, shook off the excess and used a small paintbrush to remove any surplus glitter from around the card.
Next, I inked up the sentiment with the same colour ink, poured on clear embossing powder and heat-set it. I have no idea who made the sentiment - it is wood-mounted but there is no name or number on it. Think I bought it in a sale box ages ago (?).
I corner-punched this panel then added some Kaisercraft blue rhinestones underneath the sentiment and on the snowflake centres.
The white card base was embossed with my Big Shot and the Snowflakes ef from the Cuttlebug Winter Wonderland set then I corner punched the bottom corners. I tied on the gingham ribbon and popped a scrap piece of white organza ribbon through the knot and popped the main panel up on dimensionals. Finished card size is 5" x 5".