Christmas and New Year, Craft, Die cutting, DIY, Handmade greeting cards, Paper crafts, Technique, Theme

Spellbinders | Have yourself a Merry Little Christmas

Hi folks, sorry for my absence for last few days. But I have a beautiful card to share with you today. I hope you will let me make it up to you with this card :)

For this card, I combined the Merry Little Christmas clear stamp set along with Shapeabilities Ringlet Round Etched Dies from Romancing the Swirl collection by Becca Feeken.

I started by stamping, coloring and fussy cutting my Poinsettia, Pinecone and leafy-vine images. I used Tsukineko Tuxedo black ink and Spectrum Noir alcohol markers. Here are the colors I used:

Next I die cut the large lace-y gold swirl using gold mirrored cardstock. For the sentiment, I also die cut the inside part out of same cardstock as the one I used for my flowers and pinecones. I also used some glimmerty green speciality paper from my stash to cut out couple pine needles / leaves as a little something to tuck in between those colored images.

The beautiful patterned paper you see on the base on this card is one from Find the Farmhouse Paper Pad by Craft Smart®. I got it from our local Michaels store. It is available online as of writing this post at a very discounted price of $5.99 (regular price $19.99). And this paper pad is so full of beautiful patterns like the one you see here.

Final step? Assemble and add bling :) That’s it. Hope you liked it.

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Thanks for dropping by!
~Varada

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