Other Products: Bristol Smooth cardstock, Zig Clean Colour Brush Markers, iCraft Gold Party Balls, Stamp Positioner, Clear Sparkles
For more tips on creating with the O Holy Night collection, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/UWDeK6soJ0E.
For more tips on creating with the flower shaping molds, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/FSdPL7nXvQE.
Instructions: Cut a piece of white cardstock 10" x 7", score at 5" along the long side and fold to create a 5" x 7" base card. Using a stamp positioner, stamp the sentiment image from the HCPC-3834 Noel Sentiments Stamp set in Tuxedo Black ink in the centre of the card. Die cut two decorative dies from the Eyelet Lace Frames Die set in white cardstock and adhere them together. Adhere to the base card with foam tape.
Stamp the images from the HCPC-3832 O Holy Night Stamp set in Jet Black ink on Bristol Smooth cardstock and die cut with the coordinating image. Colour the image with Zig Clean Colour Brush Markers and adhere to the bottom left as shown.
Stamp 3 pine cone images from the HCPC-3833 Silent Night Scroll Stamp set in Rich Cocoa ink on white cardstock, colour in with Peanut Brittle and Fern Green inks before die cutting with the coordinating die. Shape and add Ultrafine Crystal Glitter to the pine cones with Dries Clear Glue and adhere to the top right card as shown.
Stamp the holly images from the HCPC-3822 Poinsettia & Holly Clusters Stamp set in Library Green ink on iCraft flower shaping cardstock, colour with Leaf Green and Fern Green inks before die cutting with the coordinating dies.
Stamp the small and large images from the HCPC-3822 Poinsettia & Holly Clusters Stamp set in Vermillion ink on iCraft flower shaping cardstock, colour with Vermillion ink and die cut with the coordinating die. Shape using the Poinsettia & Holly Clusters mold and assemble when dry. Adhere to the holly leaves and add Crystal Clear glitter to the leaves and flowers and gold Party Balls to the centres before adhering over the pine cones as shown.
To finish, add clear sparkles to the decorative die.
Created By: Patricia Manhire