Christmas Medallion

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Christmas Medallion


My finished card size is 6 1/2" x 6 1/2”. Cut a piece of 6 1/2" x 6 3/4" of the Deluxe Flower Shaping Paper and score at 1/4” on the 6 3/4” side to make a flap. Cut a piece of 6 1/2” square cardstock and then glue one side to the 1/4" flap. Now you have a 6 1/2" x 6 1/2” card base. Cover this card with a piece of the paper collection. I used Sheet 2B. Set this aside while we do some die cutting.

Using white cardstock die cut the Swirley Accents dies. Cut two of the larger dies and 4 of the smaller corner pieces of these dies. Glue them down onto the card front. Next cut the eyelet piece of the Eyelet Oval & Basics Die out of white cardstock, then using a piece of the red Sheet 2B cut the plain oval to fit inside the eyelet piece. Use dimensional tape to adhere the eyelet oval to the card front and then use the dimensional tape to adhere the red oval. This gives this center piece a medallion look.

Stamp the Large Poinsettia petals using Sap Green ink. Color with Lady Bug and Leaf Green ink and then cut out using the coordinating dies. Lay onto the mold, spritz with water and run through the die cut machine. Lay out onto the desk to dry. Stamp the Holly Berry Spray and the Holy piece from the Small Festive Poinsettia Poinsettia stamp set using Leaf Green ink. Color with leaf green ink, cut out with coordinating dies. Put the holly piece onto the mold, spritz with water and run through the die cut machine. Edge all the pieces with Olive ink. I finger shaped the pieces from the Holly Berry Spray. All these pieces were stamped and cut out of the Deluxe Flower Shaping Paper.

Glue two petals of the Poinsettia together using hot glue gun. Also glue down the stamen. Using a sponge and Designer Dries Clear Adhesive add Crystal Clear glitter to the flower. Set it aside to dry. Once dry, decide on placement of the flower and all the greenery and use the hot glue gun to glue it all down. The card is finished.

Other Products: White Cardstock, Die Cut Machine, Hot Glue Gun, Dimensional Tape, Archival Sap Green Ink

Created By Glenda Brooks
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