Hey there crafters outthere, it is my Turn, (Terry) for another Christmas Tutorial.....on the Polkadoodles Inspirational Blog
I thought I would show you how to make an easy Christmas card that looks kind of classy.
I started with a piece of cardstock, which I folded into 4 sections.
I used cardstock with the size 15 x 15 cm. After folding the card it looks like this..
The weirdest thing is I thought I was going to use a white piece of cardstock but I still liked the brown complexion with the Snowtime Like Christmas Designer Crafting Papers, even better...so sorry that this picture was taken lol.....Did you ever make that "mistake" I am wondering if I am the only one that did this lol.....
I have glued the Christmas Paper onto the card, on both ends.
After I was finished with the inside of the card with Green and a piece of red cardstock, I decided to fill the middle up with the Posydoodles Oval Die, I turned the oval around and placed the 3d tape on the back and then I processed the Oval Die on the card.
I stamped the text with embossing ink on the Posydoodles Oval Die and then sprinkled it with embossing powder. Just used the heat tool for it and "wallah" the beautiful creamy white text is on it. I think it is incredibly beautiful, this stamp.
I still thought that my card was a bit empty so what I did was, I took the Cute as Christmas Clearstamp set and also stamped the tiny snowflakes with embossing ink and used my heattool. On top of the snowflakes I placed some tiny pearls to finish the inside. I must say by placing the snowflakes I really think that my card looks a lot better.
So here is my finished project, I sure hope that you like it and I am very curious on what kind of Christmas Card you will be making.
I hope I have been able to give you inspiration and I am very curious about your creations.
So please share with the
Cannot wait what you create......
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