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Christmas Blessings

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Other Products: Card Blank - 7 1/2 inches square, cream card stock, pearl string, pinky red chalk ink for the poinsettias markers, hot glue gun

For more tips on creating with the Candlelit Christmas collection, watch the tutorial at

For more tips on creating with the flower shaping molds, watch the tutorial at

Instructions: Cover a 7 1/2 inch card blank with the cream paper from the Candlelit Christmas Collection paper pad. Cut a 6 1/2 inch square panel from one of the papers from the paper pad. Mat this onto cream card stock. Adhere to the front of the card.

Cut out a poinsettia border strip from the paper pad and adhere across the card.

Die cut the shaped tag from the Album Tags and Accents Dies from cream paper from the paper pad and with foam pads onto the right side of the card. Adhere the eyelet tag border around the edge of the tag with dries clear glue.

Die cut the fancy border strip from the Starry Night Decorative Die Set. Adhere across the top of the poinsettia border. Adhere pearl string to the join.

Stamp with black ink, the Glow of Christmas ornament stamp, colour in, then die cut with the coordinating die. Adhere to the front of the shaped tag using foam pads.

PARAGRAPH 7 Stamp using coffee ink, the poinsettias and holly leaves. Colour the poinsettias and holly leaves using the daubers and ink. Die cut with the coordinating die. Take the Christmas Poinsettia Flower Shaping Mold, add your flowers and leaves. Lightly spritz with water. Run through a die cutting machine. Tap out and allow to dry. Using hot glue, adhere the flower layers together in twos, offsetting the petals as you go.

Start gluing the flowers around the card using hot glue. Add in the holly leaves. Add glitter using dries clear glue to the flowers, leaves and ornament candle. Using dries clear glue, add prills to the flower centers. Cut out a sentiment from the paper collection, mat onto cream paper from the paper pad, add foam pads to both ends, adhere in amongst the flowers.

Created By: Carole Wright