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Holly & Boo

Updated: Dec 8, 2020

Good Morning Digi Divas! Thank you for stopping by to see what is NEW! Today I would like to introduce you to Holly & Boo Digi Set 3320J. These two adorable friends are celebrating the Holiday season.

Holly is giving her friend Boo with a gift of honey and a warm scarf this holiday. Come along and together we will make this heart warming easel card.


Hammermill® 100LB White Coverstock R01, R02, R12, R14, R17, R29, R59

Paper Studio® Watercolor Trees Cardstock B60, B63, B66

5"x7" piece of Green cardstock G12, G14, G17, G19, G40

Scrap piece of Blue cardstock C1, C3, C5

Foam Tape E02, E04, E07, E09, E21, E23, E25,

Tear-ific® Tape E30, E33, E35, E40, E43, E44, E50,

Nuvo® Glitter Drops-White Blizzard E51, E53

3"- 24 gauge Copper Wire Y00, Y04, Y15

Dimensional® Glue

Stitched Nesting Party Banner® Dies

Suggested card size: 7"x5"

To start today's Holly & Boo easel card I sized the main image of Holly & Boo to 5-1/2"x4", sized the starburst to 1"x1" and sized the honey pot to 3/4"x1" and print on Hammermill® 100lb. white coverstock. Color your images as desired. I colored my images with Copic® Markers. The list of colors I used is above. Fussy cut your images and set to the side.

Take a 7"x5" card base, open and score the front flap at 2-1/2" along the 7" length. Fold.

The Paper Studio® Watercolor tree cardstock, cut a 2"x7" rectangle of the watercolor cardstock along the bottom as shown. Cut a 4-1/2"x7" rectangle from the lower edge as shown. Using Tear-ific® Tape adhere the water color cardstock to a piece of Hammermill® white cardstock. Fussy cut along the top tree line of the 4-1/2"x7" stock. Using tweezers I wrapped the copper wire around the tip and repeated on both ends of the wire with about 1-1/4" of wire between. I applied some dimensional glue between the two pieces of card stock cut along the tree line and place one end of the curled wire. I used dimensional® glue on the backside of the starburst and glued to the other end of the curled wire. LET DRY. Cut a 2-1/2"x7" rectangle along the top of the watercolor cardstock.

Using Tear-ific® Tape, adhere the 2-1/2"x7" rectangle of watercolor stock to the cardbase along the centerfold and 2-1/2" fold on the front side of the cardbase. Using Tear-ific® Tape adhere the 2"x7" rectangle of watercolor stock to the inside flap of the outer edge. Using Tear-ific® Tape adhere the tree line/fussy cut rectangle to the front 2-1/2" portion of the front flap. DO NOT GLUE THE TOP PORTION OF THE TREELINE!

Using foam tape to adhere Holly & Boo to the front center of your card. Line the honey pot up over the one Holly is holding and mark where her hands should be. Cut a notch on each side of the honey pot and adhere with foam tape over the pot Holly is holding.

Using Nuvo® Glitter Drops-White Blizzard I randomly dotted on the tree line portion, applied some to her hat and snow. LET DRY.

Using the smallest Stitched Nesting Party Banner® die, center around your sentiment and run through the Big Shot®. Cut the scrap of blue cardstock 1"x4-1/4". Adhere the sentiment banner with foam tape centered on the blue cardstock strip. Snip a notch out of the blue to mimic the Sentiment banner. Using foam tape adhere on the inside flap about 3/4" from the outside edge.

Optional: I adhered a 5"x7" green cardstock rectangle with Tear-ific® Tape to the backside of the card for added support.

I hope you enjoyed crafting today with Holly & Boo #3320J. I most certainly appreciate you stopping by and following this crafting journey.

Hugs and Happy Scrapping my Crafty Friends!

Owner/Illustrator Jan's Digital Stamp Shop

PS - I just wanted to let you know that 2021 "It's a girl thing" Blog Hop and Challenge is ON!! This year it will run from February 1st through the 28th. Winners will be posted on Saturday, March 13th.

Jan Mahew has created a BEAUTIFUL Digi Stamp Set for the Blog Hop & Challenge. To be released November 1st, 2020. She has also created a lovely Mood Board for us to use! ALL proceeds from the sale of the stamp set will be donated to the Turner Syndrome Foundation!!


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