Other Products: Early espresso ink pad – Stampin Up!, 4.75” x 7” white tent fold card base, foam pads, hot glue
For more tips on creating with the Snowy Pines Collection watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/nVtKVcgg530.
For more ideas on creating with the 5 x 7 Decorative Frame Dies, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/qdBFA5VpmSo.
Instructions: Cut a piece of kraft card to 4.75” x 7” and rag the edges using a distress tool or scissor blade, add a little early espresso ink to the edges and adhere to the card base using dries clear glue.
Die cut the largest die from the elaborate oval frames die set using the check green paper from the collection, edge with early espresso ink and adhere to the card base. Adhere a kraft card die cut on top of this, cut from the largest decorative elaborate oval. Die cut the largest ornate oval using pale green paper from the collection and adhere to the centre of the card base. Retain 3 of the dots from the waste and adhere to 3 corners of the card base.
Stamp the sentiment using the early espresso ink onto the pale green paper from the collection and die cut using the 3rd size ornate oval. Adhere the sentiment to a kraft card die cut of the 2nd ornate oval which has been edged with early espresso ink and add to the card base using foam pads.
Large pine cone with pine needles x 3: stamp onto flower shaping paper using cocoa memento ink. Colour the pine needles in pistachio and the cone using toffee crunch. Die cut and add cottage ivy to the edge of the pine needles and add a little extra toffee crunch to the edges of the cone. Shape using the flower shaping tools.
Make a small cone to add under the pine needles by stamping onto flower shaping paper using cocoa ink, colour in toffee crunch, die cut and shape.
Make the poinsettias: Stamp onto flower shaping paper using the tea rose ink and colour with daubers. Die cut then colour the reverse and edge the petals with plum ink. Place face down into the mold, lightly spritz with water and run through the die cutting machine to shape. Hot glue 2 sets of petals together, place a dot of hot glue in the centre and cover with prills, remove excess and allow to cool.
Arrange the pine cones and poinsettias and secure into place with hot glue.
Add dries white adhesive to the flowers and pine cones, cover with crystal clear and remove excess.