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Silver Christmas Foldout Card

Other Products: Embossing & Watermark ink; Nuvo Silver Moonlight Glitter Embossing Powder; Heat Tool; Silver Mirror Cardstock; rhinestone stickers, glue dots, sponge

Watch this video for tips on using foldout cards, shadowbox and the border basics dies. Watch this video for shaping tips and techniques on the poinsettia flower and holly leaves.

Instructions: This fold out card measures 5" x 7". First I cut some silver mirror cardstock to fit the back panel and added a piece of patterned paper from the Celebrate the Season Collection. Using one of the edge dies, I cut strips of silver mirror cardstock for each fold out portion. I adhered this behind each fold out edge. I added more patterned paper to each fold out. I die cut a circle of the matching patterned paper for the second fold out. I also found a sentiment panel in the paper collection that I thought was perfect for this card and adhered that to the back panel. Behind the sentiment panel, I used the Ornate Scrolling die to die cut the Silver Mirror Cardstock and adhered that onto the back panel.

I stamped the small and medium poinsettias onto white cardstock using embossing ink and sprinkled on some silver glitter embossing powder. After I heat set the images, I used the matching dies to die cut them all out. I ended up creating 4 medium and 4 small poinsettias. I sponged the holly leaves with Teal Zeal memento ink pad and adhered them to the back of my flowers. I used the deluxe flower shaping kit to shape the poinsettias and leaves. I used glue dots to adhere the flowers and leaves together and to adhere them onto the card.

To complete the card, I cut out a sentiment and cut it into a banner and added it to the front panel of the card. Plus I die cut a sentiment ticket using the Luggage and Tags die set and added that to the card.

Created By: Debbie Seyer

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Celebrate the Season Die


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5" x 7" Foldout Cards-White