Here is what I put in each package for everyone, a bowl of soapflakes and a picture frame with the instruction poem.
I made this from a photo I saw of a card Joy Kennedy posted on her twitter account. I LOVED it and decided to kind of try and duplicate it for my instruction poem. I call it an instuction poem, because people don't know that the snowflakes are coated in soap and can be used to wash their hands.
To make this card, I embossed a 4x6 piece of Kraft Core Cardstock with the snowflake texture fade folder and then sanded the snowflakes. I stamped some white cardstock with the blueprint snowman stamp in black archival ink. Then using some Distress Markers and water markers, I colored the snowman, inked the edges with frayed burlap distress ink, and then you cant see it, but I covered the snowman with rock candy distress stickles for a little shine. I printed the poem on white cardstock and backed it with more Kraft Core. To make a couple of the words stand out, I drew around them with my Distress Pens.
Then I cut snowflakes out of the petals using Tim Holtz movers and shapers dies.
For a detailed tutorial on how to do this, I posted a step by step tutorial on Instructagram