White card, blue ink, hot glue gun, heat tool, white ink, embossing powder, coloured markers.
For more tips on creating with the Candlelit Christmas collection, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/PJeFD_d3AiM.
For more tips on creating with the flower shaping molds, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/FSdPL7nXvQE.
Take the fold out card and using pretty paper from the Candlelit Christmas Paper Collection, draw around each section with a pencil and cut out.
Using the Elegant Borders Basic Die cut out both borders in white card, twice. Starting with the front panel, glue two of the border panel dies, one to the front and one to the back of the card panel, making sure they line up. Now adhere the paper panels you cut out to the front and back. Stamp in coffee ink, three holly strips, colour in (I used markers) and die cut with the coordinating die. Adhere one across the back of the first panel. Cut out a sentiment, adhere to the back of the first panel.
For the second panel, adhere the cut-out pieces. Adhere holly strips to the front and back. Die cut one Butterfly Kisses Decorative Die Fancy Circle and small circle. Stamp in coffee ink the sentiment Merry Christmas onto the small circle. Adhere to the back of the second panel.
On the third panel, adhere the other two decorative borders from the Elegant Borders Basics Die, one to the front, one to the back, making sure they line up perfectly. Now adhere the cut-out panels.
Die cut one Starry Night Decorative Half Circle Die. Adhere to the front of this panel. Cut out and mat a sentiment, adhere. Stamp with black ink the small Candlelit Poinsettia stamp, colour in, (I used markers), and die cut with the co ordinating die. Adhere to the left side of the panel.
On the back panel, adhere the cut-out piece.
Take some vellum and using white ink, stamp lots of Poinsettias. Add white embossing powder and dry with a heat gun. Colour in using the daubers and blue ink. Place in the coordinating Poinsettia Flower Shaping Mold, spritz with water, run through a die cutting machine, tap out and allow to dry.
Stamp in coffee ink lots of holly leaves, colour in with daubers and olive green ink. Die cut with the coordinating die. Place in the coordinating Poinsettia Flower Shaping Mold, spritz with water, run through a die cutting machine, tap out and allow to dry.
Make up the Poinsettias by adhering two of the same size petals together using hot glue, offsetting the petals as you go. Start adhering the Poinsettias and holly leaves with hot glue. Add glitter and prills using dries clear glue. Finish off by adding glitter to the holly strips.