Happy Christmas using Woodware Stamps


Posted on 26th August 2018 by Jane Gill
Filed under Card Making Ideas, Seasonal Crafts, Christmas Craft Ideas

Hi Everyone Jane Gill here to show you how to make a Happy Christmas card using Woodware Stamps!

Products you will need:

Firstly, cut out some black card to 15cm squared, then cut some smooth white card to 14.5cm squared.

Using two nesting square dies, measure the outer edge and hand cut two pieces of black card. Die sizes on this card cut a 9cm square and a 6.5cm square.

Outer edges measure 9.5cm square and 7cm square for black card.

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Using a distress ink colour of your choice, apply an even finish all over the smooth white card.

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Ink your stamp with Versafine and stamp images as shown and allow to dry.

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Lay the two square dies in the middle of the distressed and stamped card. Die cut squares and set aside.

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Stick the large outer square to the black card. Stick the middle square/frame to black card and finally stick the smaller square to black card.

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Stick the outer square to your base card. Using 3D foam pads, stick the other two over each other matching up the picture.

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Decorate with matching glitter glue and a greeting.

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Here are two more cards I have created in a similar style. For the first card I used the Woodware stamp JGS613 silhouette forest and for the second card I used the Woodware stamp JGS614 stylish reindeer.



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