Monday, 22 October 2018

Making Christmas Bright Card

It's retreat week! Woohoo! Leading up to this weekend, I'll be prepping the retreat classes, finishing up the goody bags and pillow gifts, and planning and prepping what I plan to work on. I love my retreat weekends!

Anyway on to today's project - another tutorial for you:)

·     Basic Black Card Stock:     3” x 4”
·     Poppy Parade Card Stock:2 7/8” x 3 7/8”
·     Lemon Lime Twist Card Stock: ¾” x 4 ¼”
·     Whisper White Card Stock: 2 ½” x 3 ½”  and a scrap               
1.    The card base is one of the smaller cards from the Santa’s Workshop Memories & More Cards & Envelopes package.
2.    Run the poppy parade cardstock through the big shot using the corrugated embossing folder.
3.    Add it to the center of the black cardstock and that to the card front. 
4.    Flag both ends of the lemon lime strip.
5.    Stamp the greeting using black ink onto the larger piece of whisper white cardstock. Use the 5thsmallest oval from the layering ovals to cut it out.
6.    Add the greeting to the flagged lemon lime twist cardstock and that to the card front.
7.    Stamp the light bulb image with the star in the center using coastal cabana ink onto the scrap of white. Punch it out using the bulb builder punch.
8.    Stamp the lightbulb base with black ink and punch it out.
9.    Using a mini glue dot or a bit of tombow stick the base to the bulb.
10.Add a silver star from the twinkle adhesive sequins to the center of the star on the bulb and add that to the card base using a dimensional.

Have a creative week!

Making Christmas Bright Card Supply List

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