Hi everyone! I’m back in the Christmas mood today so…more cards!
This cutie uses Christmas Wonder Paper Pack, Ribbon Set, Christmas Greetings Dazzles™ Stickers, Red Jewel Border Dazzles™ Stickers, Red Jewel Dazzles™ Stickers and Snow Globe Dazzles™ Stickers. It was quick and easy to make. My favorite!
Did you know that Paper Wishes provides a FREE download with backgrounds made for the Snow Globes?
Just align the sticker on the printed background and then cut it out! There is even some extra art to decorate the inside of your card or envelope.
This window easel card was fun to make! Don’t worry, I’ll show you how:
Making the easel card base is easy. Cut red cardstock to 5″x12″ and fold it in half (short sides together).
Ink edges of 4 3/4″x5 3/4″ green dot Winter’s Garden Paper Pack and glue to one side of the folded cardstock. Trace the inside of the large Lacy Rectangle Frames Cutting Die and use scissors or an Retractable Knife to cut away the rectangle to make a window.
Now it’s time to make the bottom portion of the easel.
Cut a 5″x6 1/4″ piece, fold the top over 1/4″ and place a strip of Extra Sticky 1/4″ Wide Double-Sided Tape to the folded edge. This will fold inside the card when not standing.
Turn a Window Double-Embossed Foil Sticker over with the sticky side facing up. Color the back of the sticker with Brights Spectrum Noir™ Pens. It is important to know that if you color the front of the sticker the alcohol in the pens will remove the gold embossing.
Place the sticker on the center of the vellum window. Ink edges of 4 5/8″x 2″ blue snowflake paper black and foam tape to the bottom of the card. Place Long Christmas Greetings Dazzles™ Stickers and a bow sticker as shown. Prop the card front behind the foam taped greeting and place a battery tea light inside for a glow.
The NEW Paper Wishes Fall Catalog is available NOW online and will be in your mailbox this week.
Also, a NEW Week of Webisodes starts this week!
That’s all for today! Let me know in the “comments” if there is something you would like to see on the blog. Happy crafting!