Create a Card Dec. 2nd, 2015

Hi Everyone;

For this week’s create a card I’m showing 4 cards we made during a mini class at the Fall retreat.

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Supplies:

  • Scribbly Christmas Tim Holtz stamp set
  • star sequins
  • twine – gold and neutral
  • patterned paper – Christmas theme
  • foam and tape adhesive
  • green, brown, gold and red ink
  • Gellyroll glitter pen
  • polaroid die
  • Kraft cardstock
  • red cardstock
  • white cardstock
  • kraft tag
  • crop-a-dile
  • white and gold embossing powder
  • versamark
  • Heat gun
  • gems
  • Clean Color Brush pens

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Instructions:

  1. stamp tree using green ink onto kraft tag, ink edges with brown ink.
  2. cut a strip of patterned paper – adhere to card.
  3. stamp happy holidays sentiment in gold ink below the strip
  4. add star sequin to tree
  5. tie twine through tag
  6. adhere tag with foam adhesive
  7. Done!

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Instructions:

  1. Cut 3 strips of patterned paper and adhere onto card base.
  2. Die cut polaroid frame
  3. stamp tree image on negative of die-cut
  4. trace ‘dots’ on tree image with glitter pen
  5. adhere stamped image to card front
  6. stamp sentiment in red ink onto bottom of die cut frame
  7. adhere frame to card front using foam adhesive.
  8. Done!

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Instructions:

  1. White heat emboss tree image card base
  2. stamp the sentiment with red ink
  3. add 3 gems
  4. trace a frame around card using glitter pen.
  5. Done!

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  1. gold emboss a tree onto card panel size watercolour paper.
  2. ‘paint’ a background using the Clean Color Brush Pens’
  3. notch circles on either side of card
  4. add gold twine in a bow.
  5. Done!

 

Happy Stamping!

Wendy Signature

 

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