Yes, it's a little late for Christmas, but this card would work anytime during the winter for a celebration. I CASED this design from Ellen Hutson's site; it uses an Inkadinkadoo tree stamp, and some microfine red glitter. The blue (Baja Breeze) cardstock and ink and Whisper White cardstock, Versamark ink and clear embossing powder, and Signo White Gel Pen were all from Stampin' Up! You also need Sticky Strip (or Red Liner) tape in addition to your SNAIL adhesive.
I started by cutting my white cardstock for the image to size (4-3/4" X 3-1/2"). The tree image was stamped in Versamark ink and then embossed with clear powder. Make sure your Versamark ink is VERY clean so the image stays bright white. Take a scrap piece of cardstock and tear a wavy line across it; then used this torn edge as a mask to create the drifts of snow. Stipple with blue in very lightly, building up to the right amount of color as you go. It should be somewhat darker near the horizon line and lighter as you go to towards the top of the image. Use the white gel pen to dot snowflakes, and add an appropriate sentiment as shown.
Sticky Strip is one of the best ways to apply glitter so that it will stick. On this card I cut a piece of cardstock to 5" X 3-3/4", and applied a 1/2"-wide piece of sticky strip along each of the four edges. The finished image was centered on this, leaving 1/8" of bare Sticky Strip all around, and ted glitter was sprinkled around all of the bare Sticky Strip. This approach did three things all at one: 1) & 2) the same piece of Sticky Strip adhered both the image and the glitter; AND 3) applying the cut image on top assured that there was a perfectly straight line around the image.
The framed image was mounted onto a piece of Baja Blue cardstock (5-1/4" X 4"), and then this was attached to a standard A2 card (5-1/2" X 4-1/4").
If you wanted it for a general sentiment for the winter time, you could use it as is and change the sentiment, or you could use a pale blue glitter for a monochromatic look.