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Monday, December 7, 2020

Merry Christmas Cuties

Hi there, I hope you're having a good start to your week.  How are you doing on those Christmas cards?  If you haven't started, today is the day!  For my card, I made a slimline card using the new Christmas Inchies stamp set.  Be sure to come back in a couple of days, I'll have tags that I made using the same set for a completely different look.
Here's how my card was made;

  • Stamp the Santa, Christmas tree and Rudolph from the Christmas Inchies set on white cardstock with Onyx Black Ink and color with Prisma Colored Pencils.
  • Die-cut the images with the Christmas Inchies Die set and set aside.

  • Using the Slimline Solid Deckle Die, die-cut white cardstock.
  • Place the SLI Geometric X Die in the center of the Solid Deckle panel, keep it in place using a low tack tape and run it through the Crossover ll.
  • Repeatedly stamp the string of lights across the top of the die-cut panel with black ink.
  • Stamp Merry Christmas on the bottom center of the panel with black ink.

  • Color lights green, red, and yellow using Bottle Green Nuvo Crystal Drops, Carnation Red Liquid Pearls, and Sunflower Liquid Pearls. 
  • Apply Diamond Glaze over the top of the painted lights and let dry.

  • Layer the die-cut slimline panel onto slightly larger decorative paper and glue to a red slimline card.
  • Place foam squares on the back of the three Inchies and pop upon the card as shown.

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