Other Products: Lace, Memento Angel Pink, Tan card stock, Copic: YG11, YG41, E21, E53, W02, R21, R24, R29, Clear glass beads dyed with YG03 Copic Refill, Tea Stain Distress Ink, Glossy Accents, Acetate, Crystal Stickles, White Linen, White smooth
Learn how to shape the Sparking Poinsettias here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1INCr0klRIQ
Watch this tutorial for tips on using the Winters Eve Window Frame here.
Instructions: To see the inside of this card click HERE. Card size: 6 1/2" X 6 1/4". Make a 1/2" deep X 5 1/2" X 5 3/4" box. The inside of the box is covered with the water wheel barn designer paper from Winter's Eve Collection. Die cut a stag from the Woodsy Wonderland designer Paper and glue to foreground on left side. Use Stickles to show shine on snow.
Outside of box, die cut a window from the center and back it with clear acetate. Stamp Window Frame onto white cardstock using black ink, die cut with coordinating dies. Ink edges of window using Tea Stain ink. Adhere to opening. On the back side of the acetate, add some stickles to each corner of window pane. Add a lace "curtain".
Cover front and sides of box with light pink paper from the Winter's Eve Collection cut to fit and add a scored piece (every 1/4") of white to the bottom and a tan "chair railing". Sponge all edges with Tea Stain Distress ink. Die cut the Decorative Medallion out of white linen and glue to the top.
Stamp Poinsettias in Rose Bud ink, and the leaves using Bamboo leaves ink using white cardstock. Stamp Holly in black ink using white cardstock. Color all images (either by sponging or Copic). Die cut all images using their coordinating dies. Form flowers using the Deluxe FLower Shaping Kit and glue together. Add dyed beads to centers. Form holly leaves and cut in smaller pieces to fit as desired around window frame.
Glue box to 6 1/2 X 6 1/4" card base covered with Winter's Eve designer paper. Inside card is another panel of Winter's Eve designer paper (one of the deer layered look squares). Stamp Christmas Blessings sentiment on white cardstock using black ink and die cut with the Cut Mat Create 1B smallest rectangle.
Created By: Robin Clendenning