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Good Morning! It’s Day 2 of the Sneak Peeks for the new release from LDRS Creative and this one is a beauty! I am using the Holiday Floral Stamps and DIes for the holiday card and love the outcome! I would love to hear what you think in the comments below. In the meantime let’s make a card with these fabulous new products!
- Christmas Wishes sentiment die
- Holiday Floral Stamps
- Holiday Floral Dies
- Plaid Cover Plate 2
- Tickled Pink Hybrid Ink
- Kiss Me Red Hybrid Ink
- Prickly Pear Hybrid Ink
- Olive Branch Hybrid Ink
- Raven Hybrid Ink
- Neenah Classic Crest Solar White 110lb card stock
- Die-cutting machine
- Paper trimmer
- Teflon Bone Folder
- Gold card stock
- Gold Pearls
- Bearly Arts Precision Glue
- Foam Tape
Cut, score, and fold a side-folding A2 card base. Cut another piece of white card stock slightly larger than 4.25″ x 5.5″. Using the Plaid Cover Plate run this through your die-ut machine with the embossing sandwich. Adhere this to your card base with double-sided adhesive.
Using the Holiday floral layering stamps, select your colors and stamp the different layers. Any combination of colors will work. Then die-cut your tree.
For the sentiment, I cut the words from the white card stock and then cut the word and the shadow together out of the gold card stock. I then cut another shadow from the white card stock. Glue the gold shadow die-cut to the white shadow. Then inlay your word with liquid glue. To make this easier you can just cut a solid gold shadow and glue the word on top. I just liked the look of the inlay. Glue your sentiment panel directly to the tree with liquid glue.
Add foam tape to your tree and adhere to the plaid embossed panel. Add a few gold pearls and the card is done. This was a pretty easy card that came together relatively quickly.
I hope you were inspired by this card and I encourage you to SHOP THE NEW RELEASE tomorrow as I am sure some of the items will sell out quickly. Thank you so much for stopping by. I would love for you to subscribe to my blog and follow me on social media from the links at the top.