Other Products: Inks: Distress ink (Vintage photo, festive berries, mowed lawn) Paper: Bazzill Cardstock (red), DCWV Glitter Cardstock (White)
For more tips on creating with the O Holy Night collection, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/UWDeK6soJ0E.
Watch the following videos for shaping tips and techniques: Shaping Mold: https://youtu.be/FSdPL7nXvQE.
Festive Holly: https://youtu.be/bDfKmxrqYjI.
Instructions: Finished card is 6" x 6". Cut 2 - 6" x 6" panels from patterned paper, ink edges with festive berries distressed ink, glue one panel to inside of card. With ornament outline die, cut shape from second patterned paper panel as pictured. Cut same shape from front of card base. Cut decorative ornament from glitter cardstock and one from white cardstock. With largest ornament die, cut shape from clear cardstock. With 2 ornament outline dies paired together cut red thin frame from cardstock. Glue clear carstock to front of card base, glue patterned paper panel, glue white glitter cardstock ornament, glue red outline frame. Take the cardstock ornament and glue to the inside of the card.
Stamp 2 pinecone images with mowed lawn ink on white cardstock, cut with coordinating die. Stamp Christmas sentiment image on white cardstock with black ink, cut with coordinating die. Stamp a couple of holly brunches with mowed lawn on white cardstock, cut with coordinating die. Stamp several holly clusters with mowed lawn on white cardstock and some poinsettias with festive berries on white cardstock and cut with coordinating dies. Color all images, shape poinsettias and holly with 3d shaping mold. Shape all others with flower shaping kit.
Glue several poinsettias together to make 3 sets of flowers as pictured and add gold flower stamens. Glue center flower as pictured, glue holly branches, pinecone images and other poinsettias. Glue extra gold stamens. Glue Christmas sentiment with foam dots as pictured. Add Crystal Clear glitter to poinsettias and background images as well as little stars to inside image.
Created By: Angelica Turner