Heat-embossing meets Die-cutting......


Posted on 14th November 2017 by Barbara Daines
Filed under Card Making Ideas, Seasonal Crafts, Christmas Craft Ideas

I started with a small piece of Papermilldirect buff card stock, measuring 3.5" x 5". Using a small sponge dauber, I stamped numerous 'dots' onto the card, with Versamark ink.

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I covered the dots with white embossing powder and heat embossed them.

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I mounted the 'topper' onto a slightly larger piece of Mocha brown, then adhered to a A6 card base (I made 2 x A6 card bases from one A4 sheet of white hemp card)

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Using a few different shades of green and a small piece of glitter card stock, I die-cut some foliage using various dies

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All I had to do then was add a small sentiment and a piece of ribbon to finish.

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So, a very simple card which takes only a few minutes to make.....perfect if you leave your Christmas cards until the last minute, like I usually do.

Well that's it for today... back soon with a tutorial for making a batch of (very easy) Christmas cards.


Tagged: christmas card ideas, christmas card design, Christmas makes, christmas crafts, christmas projects

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