Hey stampers! My team is already at work for our Christmas event…yes I know it’s only July! But, many of us demonstrators are also getting our Christmas Card classes rolling so I thought I’d share one today!
The details in this card are made easy by using the Flourish Thinlits Dies; here’s a quick video that shows you more about these new gems. TEN individual dies come in this set so it’s a great value!
These framelits and a few other supplies would be the perfect purchase to help you have a jump on your holiday card-making PLUS qualify you for a Bonus Days coupon…boom! Just click on any product photo below to order; supply list follows.
- Stamp Set – Embellished Ornaments (139759)
- Thinlits – Flourish (141478), Detailed Floral – (141482)
- Card Stock – Cherry Cobbler (119685); Gold Foil (132622),
- Very Vanilla (101650)
- Stamp Pads – Cherry Cobbler (126966)
- Other: Fine-Tip Glue Pen (138309), Pearl Basic Jewels (119247), Big Shot (143263), Dimensionals (104430), Dazzling Diamonds (133751 ), Wink of Stella –gold (141898 ), Gold 1/8” ribbon (134583), Layering Circles Framelits (141705)
- Cherry Cobbler Base: 8 ½ X 5 ½ and scraps to cut the ‘poinsettias’
- Gold Foil: 5 ¼ X 4
- Very Vanilla 3×3 scrap
- Cut 2 small & 1 large poinsettia from Flourish Thinlits out of cherry cobbler card stock
- Using the largest Detailed Floral Thinlit, cut from the bottom portion of gold foil.
- Stamp sentiment of choice in cherry cobbler ink and cut with layering circle framelits.
- Cut gold ribbon at 5 ½” and adhere to gold foil.
- Adhere gold foil to cherry cobbler cardstock base, using fine-tip glue pen
- Adhere circle sentiment to gold foil front, using dimensionals
- Place 1 dimensional in the center, on backside of each poinsettia
- Adhere the poinsettias around the circle sentiment
- Paint the poinsettias with a gold Wink of Stella
- Place Pearls in center of poinsettias
- Take a pinch of dazzling diamonds and sprinkle on top of front poinsettia to cover the sticky of the dimensionals
Thanks for stopping by for a little Christmas in July! 🙂