Christmas Card

Hi friends, it’s Mayline here with you today. As you know Christmas is the most popular season to send cards and  I love to send and receive cards. So today I am sharing two Christmas cards.

Here is my first Christmas Card.

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Instructions:

  1. Create an A2 sized panel from blue cardstock.
  2. Die-cut Geometric Circles Coverplate from Adhesive Foil Paper – Gold Glitter Foil.
  3. Adhere the die-cut to the panel and set aside.
  4. Stamp poinsettias flower and leave images from Fresh Cut Poinsettias (Coord. Outlines ) stamp set using Noir ink and colour them using Color Burst 6 Pack – Fresh Florals.
  5. Die cut the images using Fresh Cut Poinsettia Coordinating Dies.
  6. Adhere die-cuts to the panel using 3D foam tape.
  7. Stamp a sentiment from Christmas Poinsettia Mini stamp set using Couture Color – Hampton White Pigment ink on the same blue colour cardstock.
  8. Trip it off in a banner shape and adhere it to the panel.

 

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Let’s move on my second card.

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Instructions:

  1. Create an A2 sized panel from watercolour paper.
  2. Stamp images from Holiday Cones (Coord. Outlines) stamp set using Noir ink on the right side of the panel.
  3. Colour them using watercolour paints.
  4. Stamp a Cones and Nutcracker image from Holiday Ballet stamp set and Holiday Cones (Coord. Outlines) stamp set using Noir ink on another watercolour paper and colour them using watercolour paints.
  5. Die cut the images using Holiday Ballet Coordinating Dies and Holiday Cones Coordinating Dies.
  6. Place all images to the panel using 3D foam tape.
  7. Stamp a sentiment from Holly Branch stamp set.

 

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