Other Products: Distress ink Peacock Feathers, distress ink Black Soot, distress ink Worn Lipstick, silver embossing powder, adhesive backed foam, Versamark Ink Pad, black cardstock, white cardstock, silver cardstock.
For more tips on creating with the Festive Winterscapes Collection watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/3K3j7I16JBI.
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.
Instructions: Create a 5 inch x 7 inch card base. Cut a light blue panel from the Festive Winterscapes Paper Collection, slightly smaller than the card front, distress with Danube Blue and adhere. Cut out the largest frame with the Majestic Swirl Frames Die on silver cardstock and adhere to center of card. Cut out a black rectangle to fit the inside of the frame, adhere, cut out a silver piece to fit inside the black frame, adhere, and cut out a rectangle of white cardstock to fit inside the silver frame. On the white cardstock sponge Worn Lipstick, Peacock Feathers, and Black Soot background for the nativity, adhere to adhesive backed foam. Stamp the nativity, star, town, sentiment and two palm trees from the Starry Night Winterscapes Cling Stamp Set with embossing ink and heat emboss in silver on black paper, cut out with corresponding dies, cut out the sentiment with a paper trimmer, mat with silver paper, and adhere as shown, using foam tape for the town and nativity for dimension.
Stamp the poinsettias from the Christmas Poinsettia and Holly Cling Stamp Set in embossing ink and heat emboss with silver and sponge with Chartreuse and Danube Blue, cut out with coordinating dies, sculpt with the 3D Christmas Poinsettia Shaping Mold, add prills and glitter.
Stamp the holly from the Christmas Poinsettia and Holly Cling Stamp Set in embossing ink and heat emboss with silver and sponge with Olive, cut out with corresponding dies and sculpt with mold.
Adhere poinsettias as pictured.