Updated: Jan 10
Hello Digi Divas! I am so glad that you stopped by. The next couple weeks I am wanting to share with you some cards I made using Christmas Stamps from the shop- while my Design Team enjoy the month of December off. Join me for some wonderful Holiday Card Creations!
With this card I chose to play with the card base a little...
Suggested Card Size: 5"x7"
MATERIALS LIST: Copic® Markers
#3585J - Heard on High Digital Stamp Set B000, B00, B01 - cloud
(3-3/4"x3" Image) C0, C1, C3 - Angel robes
Hammermill® 100lb. White Coverstock E11, E13, E15 - Hair (right)
TCP Studio® - Winter Blues (5"x6-7/8" rectangle) E33, E55, E57 - Hair (left)
Gold Glitter Pen (halos & books) E50, E51, E53 R02- flesh
Yellow Glitter Pen (wings) N1, N3, N5 - shoes
Amazon® - Snowflake Border Die Y11, Y21, Y26 - Hair (mid)
Different Snowflake Punches - (varying shape and size) Y21, YR23, YR24 - halos & books
VersaMark® Y32, Y35 - wings
Sparkle EP (Snowflakes)
The card base is a bit unusual. When open
it is 9" x 5". Score and fold 1" in on both ends as shown.
Sentiment on 1"x 5" rectangle with snowflake border die cut on each end flap.
Color as desire. I chose Copic® Markers.
List above. Use Gold Glitter Pen on Halos and Books. Use Yellow Glitter Pen on wings.
Fussy Cut Angel Image on cloud.
Adhere the Winter Blues 5"x6-7/8" rectangle in the center of the cardbase. Using VersaMark® and Sparkle EP, emboss the snowflake borders and all the varying snowflakes. Using Faom Tape adhere the Angel Cloud to the Winter Blues. Randomly adhere varying sized snowflakes around the Angels.
OPTIONAL: I adhered a scrap of the Winter Blues, name plaque and a couple of snowflakes.
Makes for a Beautiful Christmas Greeting! I hope you enjoyed it and was inspired to try one for yourself.
I will be sharing a number of cards over the next couple weeks while my DT enjoys their Holiday with Family and Friends. I hope you are inspired by my latest Holiday creation. I want to wish you and your family a joyous Holiday Season and look forward to seeing you again.
I am sharing this card with the following: