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Holiday Blizzard Project – Shelly Newkirk’s Christmas Card Challenge

Christmas Card Challenge: Card 7
By: Shelly Newkirk, Artistic Guide

 Finished Card Size: A2, 4.25" x 5.5

Supplies:
Stamps:
Merry Christmas (Rubber Baby Buggy Bumpers)
Inks:
Black Pigment (Stampendous)
Paper:
Vellum (unknown)
Red cardstock (unknown)
Dark Green cardstock (unknown)
Debbie Mumm Holiday Mat Stack (DCWV)
Green glitter cardstock, (unknown)
Red glitter cardstock, (unknown)
Other Supplies:
Paper corrugator (Fiskars)
Crafters Pick Ultimate Glue
Deckle & Scallop decorative scissors (Fiskars)
Christmas tree & Snowflake punches (unknown)
Green and Red glitter embossing powder (Stampendous)
Vellum tape (unknown)

Directions:

  1. Glue Plaid paper to card base, trim off excess.
  2. Glue Green patterned paper strip to Dark Green card stock and trim with deckle scissors. Glue to left side of card.
  3. Lightly dust Vellum with Baby Powder, stamp phrase with Black pigment and melt with heat gun. Trim to a rectangle.
  4. Using Vellum Tape, attach Vellum to Red cardstock and trim with scallop decorative scissors.
  5. Corrugate Dark Green cardstock and glue layers made in steps 3 & 4 to corrugated Dark Green cardstock. Trim with deckle scissors and glue to card in approximate position shown in picture.
  6. Punch a Christmas tree from Dark Green cardstock & glue to top portion of strip.
  7. Punch a small snowflake from Red Glitter cardstock and glue to Vellum in approximate position shown in picture.

Basic Stamping Tip:

How to make your embossing powder darker or lighter:

This can be done by the color of the pigment ink that you use. A Black pigment ink used under the embossing powder will make your embossing powder at least one shade darker.  So this means that a Clear pigment ink or VersaMark will slightly lighten your embossing powder. To stay as true to color as possible try to use a pigment ink that is close to the color of your embossing powder.

 

 

 


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