Hello everyone! Jenn here sharing a card that kicks off my Christmas Card creating for this year! I used some amazing dies from Tutti Designs paired with beautiful Graphic 45 designer papers.
Dies I used:
Green 5 X 6.5 card base
Green taffeta ribbon
Graphic 45 St. Nicholas paper collection
Graphic 45 Christmas Carol paper collection
Mulberry glittered poinsetta embellishment
Adhesive tape runner
Adhesive foam squares
Use the largest 3.5 X 3.5 Dotted Nesting Square die and cut out the St. Nicholas on the front
Cut a piece of green designer paper 3.75 X 3.75
Layer the St. Nicholas die cut on top of the green using foam adhesives to lift it up.
Cut a piece of designer paper 4.75 X 6.25 and adhere with tape runner to front of the green card base.
Adhere the St. Nicholas on green paper on top of this towards the top.
Die cut a sentiment ( Merry Christmas) from designer paper using smaller Cross Stitched Nesting Oval Die
Layer this on top using foam adhesive at the corner as shown.
Add a strip a ribbon and flower to embellish.
Die cut the Have a Merry Christmas and use a glue stick to adhere.
Here are some views of the die detail
And the entire card once more
Thank You for visiting my post today!! I hope you are inspired to get out your tools and supplies and create!!
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Until Next Thursday, and always, stay crafty!!
This is a wonderful Old Style card that lends itself to personal interpretation..... hard to find lately and thank you for it! Perhaps it might be helpful to use currently available product for those who would like to get close to your look i.e. Graphic 45 papers in this instance?ReplyDelete
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Just awesome Jenn! I love the Old World Santa and you've showcased him perfectly! Great use of dies! Thanks for inspiration!ReplyDelete
This is awesome..I LOVE those papers!ReplyDelete