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Monday, 30 November 2015

Stampin Up! Christmas Greetings Framelits Dies & Holly Jolly Greetings Christmas Card

I am all too aware that time to Christmas is running out ... and fast
So today I am sharing with you another Super Simple & Quick Card to make and is suitable for all levels of Paper Crafter
I hope you enjoy having some fun with this one

below you will find the product icons for the items I used to create today's card
Click on the icons to view or order them via my Demonstrator Website

Table built using Product Table Builder by The Crafty Owl - Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator.
 Watch the Video Below

  1. Make your A6 Card Base by trimming a piece of Thicker Whisper White Cardstock to 21 cms x 14.8 cms; score the long side at 10.5 cms; fold and burnish
  2. Trim a piece of Mint Macaron Cardstock to 14.4 cms x 10.1 cms/ Adhere to the card base using either Fast Fuse or Tombow Adhesive
  3. Trim a piece of Winter Wonderland Designer Series Paper (DSP) to 3 cms x 14.4 cms
  4. Trim a piece of Whisper White Cardstock to 4 cms x 14.4 cms; die cut the MERRY greetings Thinlit die to the centre of the Whisper White Cardstock; run a strip of Tape & Tear Adhesive to the top and bottom of the back of the die cut panel
  5. Attach the Decorative Paper to the back of the top of the Die Cut Panel, and a strip of Real Red Striped Ribbon to the bottom of the same panel
  6. Adhere across the centre of the card front
  7. Die cut the Merry Greetings Thinlits Die using Gold Foiled Cardstock and using the Fine Tipped Glue Pen, adhere your gold die cut into the void in the Whisper White panel
  8. Finish with a long loop of Gold Cording Trim, and tie a small bow; adhere to your card front using a Glue Dot

Kim Tolton, Independent Stampin Up Demonstrator.
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