Winter Wonderland Christmas Card for Heartfelt Creations Wednesday
Good Wednesday morning, friends! Today I’d like to share my Winter Wonderland Christmas Card for Heartfelt Creations with you. I used papers from the Daphne collection along with stamps from the Magnificent Spruce Trees PreCut set and the Winter Season PreCut Set.
This card came together very quickly. The beautiful paper already had the sweet little birds and the snowflakes in the design. I merely added the stamped trees and some special embossing to the snowflakes. You could easily put this card together in 30 minutes or less.
Here are the details:
Heartfelt Creations Product Used: HCPC 3432 Magnificent Spruce Trees PreCut Set; HCDP 1234 Daphne Paper Collection; HCDP 1236 Christmas Card Collection; HCPC 3542 Winter Season PreCut Set
Other Product Used: Olive Cardstock; Teal Metallic Cardstock; Archival Ink: Olive; Versamark Ink Pad; Recollections Vintage Blue Opaque Sparkle Embossing Powder; Ancient Gold Enchanted Embossing Powder; Broken China Distress Ink; Velvet scallop ribbon; Teal 1/8” stitched ribbon; teal rhinestones; Embossing pen; Spellbinders Nestabilities Labels 2; Broken China Distress Ink; Sponge applicator
Directions: Cut a 5 ¾” x 5 ¾” square of Daphne paper featuring the small bird and holly background. Use Olive Archival Ink to stamp the Magnificent Spruce trees, starting with the small trees on either side of the card, then masking them off and stamping the large tree slightly to the right of center. Sprinkle with Ancient Gold embossing powder, tap off the excess and heat set.
Use Versamark to stamp the snowflake from Winter Season PreCut set to stamp over each of the two large snowflakes at the top of the paper. Use a Versamark Embossing pen on the smallest snowflake. Sprinkle with the Blue Opaque Sparkle Embossing powder, tap off excess and heat set. Sponge the edges with Broken China Distress Ink.
Add the velvet scallop ribbon at the base and the 1/8” teal stitched ribbon at the top. Add a bow and button.
Stamp the sentiment onto a piece of off white cardstock. Die cut with Spellbinders labels 2. Ink the edges with Broken China Distress Ink. Mat with a piece of the same olive cardstock you used to create the card base. Adhere to card with foam tape. Glue the entire panel onto a 6” square of teal metallic cardstock. Add rhinestones to snowflake centers .
For the interior: Cut a 5 ¾” square of the small pinecone pattern from the Christmas Cards collection paper. Ink the edges with Broken China Distress Ink and glue down. Cut a journaling card from the cut apart page and mat with teal metallic paper. Glue down. Use Olive Archival ink to stamp the largest tree to the left of the sentiment panel, masking off the sentiment if necessary.
Here’s a peek at the inside of the card:
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Thanks for taking the time to stop by the blog today. I enjoyed sharing my Winter Wonderland Christmas card with you, and I hope it gave you some good ideas to incorporate into your own creation. I’d love to see what you create, so please share it with me here, or on my Kathy by Design Facebook page. You can also find loads of inspiration today on the Heartfelt Creations blog so be sure to pop over there and see what the other designers have created this week. You can also find links to their individual blogs in my sidebar.
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