Monday, 29 October 2018

Santa's Workshop Specialty DSP Card

The Santa's Workshop specialty dsp is some of the cutest dsp we've carried in a long time. Did you know that the framelits cut out many of the images from the patterned paper? That's how today's card was created. It looks like it is more involved than it actually is - all those adorable images are simply cut from the patterned paper!

The card is a little larger than a normal handmade card but fits nicely in a #10 envelope. It would make a great card, if you are having a group of people sign it before passing it on.

·       Whisper White Thick Card Stock: 8-1/2” x 7-1/4”, and scored in half at 3-5/8”
·       DSP (tree background): 8-1/4” x 2-1/2”
·       DSP to die cut images from
·       Whisper White Card Stock scrap for sign         
1.    Burnish the fold in the card base with a Bone Folder.
2.    Stamp the sign in black ink onto a scrap of Whisper White CS, then the words in Garden Green ink onto the sign.
3.    Stamp the inside sentiment (2 stamps) in Garden Green ink onto the inside of the card base.
4.    Color in the sign using an Early Espresso Watercolor Pencil.
5.    Die cut the stamped sign, sign post, Santa, Mrs. Claus, 2 elves, wagon, and gifts from the DSP.
6.    Cut slight curves along the bottom edge of the DSP (trees) then glue it onto the front of the card base.
7.    Glue the stamped sign onto the die cut sign post.
8.    Adhere the sign post, Sandy, Mrs. Claus, one elf, wagon, and gifts onto the card front using Stampin’ Dimensionals. (I used the regular size Dimensionals where I could, then filled in with the Mini ones.)
9.    Fill in along the bottom of the adhered pieces using a Pool Party marker.
10. Apply enamel snowflakes and dots onto the DSP background.
11. Glue the last elf onto the inside of the card base.
12. This card fits into a standard #10 envelope (4-1/8” x 9-1/2”.) 

Have a creative day!


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