Hi crafty friends! Hope you’re having a great week! It’s TaeEun here today with a holiday card in a clean look. I used some of our holiday items from this year and matched them with wintery holiday dies from last year.
I made a colorful snow globe and placed it on a white card as a focal element. Let’s take a look 🙂 !
I started by stamping a corner of the Jolly Border image in Caviar hybrid ink on a piece of watercolor paper. I stamped it again in an embossing ink and clear heat embossed the image. I then watercolored the poinsettia cluster and the background and let it dry.
I cut two small pine trees using the Pine Tree cover die from some watercolor paper and colored them in green which I also used to color the background of my watercolored panel. I splattered white opaque ink on the poinsettia cluster panel and on the trees and set them aside to dry.
To make the snow globe I cut the watercolored panel using the outline die of the Round Snow Globe die set. I cut the frame of the globe from some warm gray and white cardstock and stacked them together. I also cut the base of the globe from the same warm gray cardstock.
Next I cut the Festive Folk coverplate from white cardstock and adhered it on a white cardbase. I left the small die cut elements in their places as some texture in the background. I then assembled the Round Snow Globe on the right side of the card. I added the pine trees to the globe, one of them using foam tape and placed a white deer in front of the trees which was cut using the Deer Coverplate die. The sentiment from Styled Christmas Sentiments set was heat embossed in gold and cut using the coordinating die. After I foam mounted the sentiment I added four Medallion Gold sequins to finish off my card.
That’s it from me today. Using various holiday die sets you can easily add festive feel to your card !
Thank you so much for stopping by today! I hope you enjoyed looking my card 🙂 !
Have a crafty day!