EZ Step by Step Tutorial: Twisted Easel Christmas Card

Saturday September 21, 2019
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Christmas Card Tutorial

Hey friend! How are you this weekend?

Have you started your Christmas projects yet or are you still looking for inspiration? Are you looking to get a jump start on your Christmas creativity but you have no idea where to begin? Join us and create a quick and EZ card your friends and family will love this Christmas!

Our Crafter's Say:

"Look forward to your Christmas stamps dies paper every year, they are just the very best. Can't wait to get this one. And what is beautiful I can use all the previous ones as they all can be used with each years collection's. Just love Heartfelt" - Janet Downie

"Love it. I can't wait for it to come available so that I can start my Christmas Cards. I can always count on you to make them special." - Cindy Peterson Hoeflein

Let's get crafting together! 


Step 1: Cut a piece of White cardstock 5 1/2 x 11”. Score at 5 1/2”, turn and score from one corner to the score line you just made. This makes the twisted part. Cut a 5 1/2 x 5 1/2” square out of white cardstock, this will be the front of the card.

Step 2: Cut one sheet of the HCDP1-2104 Candlelit Christmas paper into (3) 5 1/4 x 5 1/4” pieces. Cut one of those pieces from corner to corner to create two triangles. 

Step 2A: Adhere the designer paper triangles and the one square piece to the card base as shown. Adhere the other square piece to the 5 1/2 x 5 1/2” white cardstock.  

Step 3: Stamp the HCPC-3881 Christmas Poinsettias on the HCPP1-475 Deluxe Flower Shaping paper with the ColorBox Lipstick Red, color with the ColorBox Rouge. Stamp the leaves on the same paper with the Archival Library Green Ink and color with the Emerald green. Diecut the flowers and leaves using the HCD1-7249 Christmas Poinsettia Die. Ink the edges of the flowers with more of the Lipstick Red and the leaves with the Emerald Green. 

Step 4: Place the diecuts in the HCFB1-478 3D Christmas Poinsettia Flower Mold and run through the die cutting machine. Finish shaping the flowers by adhering 2 petals together for each flower, making sure to offset the petals and then pressing down in the center using the  HCST1-401 Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit.

Step 5: Stamp the sentiment from the HCPC- 3882 Candlelit Poinsettia stamp set on white cardstock with the Lipstick red ink. Diecut using the HCD1-7203 Ornamental Tags Die. Add small foam dots to the back.

Step 6: Add glitter to parts of the Paper, add yellow glitter to the flame on the paper. Adhere the sentiment and all of the leaves and flowers. Fold down the top triangle and adhere the front panel as shown in the next photo. Add glitter to all the leaves and flowers. Add prills to the center of each flower.

To learn more about shaping the Christmas Poinsettias watch this video HERE.

Have fun creating a Christmas card too! We love to see what you create too, share your projects with us on our Facebook page here https://www.facebook.com/HeartfeltCreations

Tutorial by Designer Olga Jewel.


Here is a list of supplies used so you can make one too!

Heartfelt Creations Products Used:



Candlelit Christmas Paper Collection

 Christmas Poinsettia & Holly Die


Christmas Poinsettia & Holly Cling Stamp Set


3D Christmas Poinsettia Shaping Mold


Candlelit Poinsettia Cling Stamp Set


Deluxe Flower Shaping Paper Pack of 50 - White


Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit



Ornamental Tags Die


Designer Dries Clear Adhesive


Crystal Ultrafine Transparent Glitter 1/2 oz.


Ranger Archival Ink Pad - Emerald Green


Ranger Archival Ink Pad - Library Green


Other Products Used: White cardstock, diecutting machine, ColorBox Lipstick Red, ColorBox Rouge, Go Man Go prills



What do you love about what you just read? Leave us a comment below!
Liliana Hurst
Thank you so much Olga, your instructions are so easy to follow, and I know that with HC products we are always the winners.♡♡
September 22, 2019 at 12:13 AM
Joy W
Great card.Can't wait to make.
September 22, 2019 at 9:32 AM
Tracy Hachey
Love it!
September 23, 2019 at 8:22 PM