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For more tips on creating with the Snowy Pines Collection watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/nVtKVcgg530.
For more tips on creating with the Candlelit Christmas collection, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/PJeFD_d3AiM.
Instructions: Cut white card stock to size 6” x 12” and score at 6” mark on the longer side on the scoring board. Fold to make a top fold card base. Add a mat layer of white card stock 5 7/8” x 5 7/8” and adhere to the card. Cut pattern paper from paper collection to the size a little smaller than the mat layer and adhere on the card front.
Cut a strip of background paper measuring 2 1/2 inches by 6” and mat it on luxe gold paper leaving a little border all around. Add Vellum paper on this cut to same size and adhere with clear glue. Adhere this whole panel in the centre of the card using foam dots.
Cut out a doily frame in white card stock from the rounded window frame die. Cut in two halves. Adhere one half on the top and another half in the bottom of the card.
Stamp the cabin scene on white card stock two times with black ink. Colour with Zig marker. Using the layering die from the Snow cabin die set, cut out the different layer from one image. Adhere this on the second image, matching the design and creating a dimensional look. Add glitter to the scene.
Cut out a die cut from the ornate oval die set in luxe gold paper. Adhere the cabin scene and add the whole set on the oval die cut and adhere to the card panel on the horizontal strip.
Make poinsetta flowers by stamping the flowers in Carnation Archival ink on Flower shaping paper. Stamp the leaves with Library green ink. Colour the flowers with blend of Vibrant Fuschia nd Carnation red ink. Colour the leaves with Library green ink and leaf green ink using sponge daubers. Cut the flower and leaves with coordinating die. Shape the flower and leaves in 3D flower shaping mold. Layer the flowers together and add prills in the centre. Arrange the flowers and leaves on the card.
Finish the card by adding a sentiment from Candy Cane cottage.