Other Products: Cardstock- white and navy, Ink- ColorBox- Sailboat, CTMH- Chocolate, Core'dinations Glitter Prints, Burlap String, Tombow Mono Permanent Adhesive Runner, 3D foam tape, Stickles- Xmas Red
Instructions: First I stamped and die cut a couple of the mini snowflakes in navy ink. With this card I did a lot of fussy cutting and layering. So the first thing I did was find both of the Silent Night pieces from the collection. As I often do, from these I cut layers. From the very bottom layer I fussy cut out the scroll and the holly around it. I then shaped the image, the scroll ends and the holly leaves and set it aside. The outside of the image I adhered to my navy card front that is 4.25" x 5.5". From the other image I cut out the top light blue section, and set aside.
I also wanted to create a layered border on top of the border image that was already there. I found another piece of patterned paper that had the same green stripe and cut a piece to match what was already in the image. Then I cut a piece of the glitter print that was 4" x 0.5". Then I cut a piece of the dark green pattern to mat that, at 4" x 0.75". I adhered these pieces together and added it to my card using 3D foam tape. Then I added the light blue layer, again using 3D foam tape and popping it even higher than the layered border. The last layer to be added is the shaped scroll, again with 3D foam tape. I also tucked the mini tag up at the top of the card and added burlap string. Then I added a couple of stamped snowflakes, one overlapping onto the mini tag. Then I was able to add Stickles to the holly berries, let dry completely before trying to do anything else. There is nothing worse than a stickles accident. There you have it a sweet and simple layered card.