Hello my crafty friends! I’m super excited to announce that I am guest-designing for Pretty Pink Posh for the months of November and December! This amazing bundle from the October Release was sent to me a few weeks back, but I had to keep my excitement on hold and announce it this month.
Incidentally, this bundle below is discounted at 15% off so you will save quite a bit of money if you purchase it now. It is packed full of goodies that you wouldn’t want to miss to create your holiday projects!
Here’s how I made this card:
- stamp the images on some Neenah Classic Crest Solar white card stock. It is really helpful if you have the Misti Stamping Tool to get a really nice impression of your stamped images.
- color the images in with alcohol markers (or any medium of your choice). I color mine with Spectrum Noir Alcohol Markers.
- die-cut the images using the coordinating dies with your die-cutting machine. Secure the dies by using Repositionable Tape so they don’t shift while die-cutting. In case you’re wondering, I use the Sizzix Big Shot Machine with Cutting Plates plus Magic Mat by Scrapbook.Com. [The Magic Mat is a self-healing mat and you can use it for a long time without having to buy new plates].
- die-cut the slimline card stock with a die from your collection and ink-blend this panel with some distress oxide inks. I used Spun Sugar and some blending brush.
- die-cut the frame (using the same die set above) on some Neenah solar white card stock.
- temporarily adhere the Layered Snowflakes Stencil number 1 to the ink-blended background and use Kitsch Flamingo Distress Oxide ink to add the snowflakes to the background.
- repeat the steps by using stencil number 2 and 3.
- foam-mount the ink-blended panel on some red slimline card base.
- die-cut the trees using the Pine Trees Die Set on some white glitter card stock. Adhere them on the card with glue.
- add a snowbank die-cut to the card and start adhering the colored images. Using a Reverse Grip Tweezers to grab your images and adding glue and adhering them to your card make things a lot easier.
- Finish the card design by stamping the sentiment on some red card stock with Versamark ink. Sprinkle some white embossing powder and heat-set with the Heating Tool/Gun.
- adhere the sentiment onto the card.
Here’s another look:
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