Christmas

With Christmas just around the corner, we made a start on our Christmas Cards in Crafty Creations this arvo.  As it is purely a volunteer class, I003a---blog am able to get more use out of some of my retired stamp sets, DSP, etc.  Each week we try & do a small technique & this week it was Heat Embossing.

We created a card similar to this one in one our Technique Classes last year.  It has been changed around a little for today’s class.

Supplies –

  • Stamp Set – Special Season (Retired)
  • Ink – Versamark
  • Cardstock – Whisper White, Pool Party
  • Framelits – Ovals Collection
  • Ribbon- Island Indigo (Retired)
  • Embossing Folder – Pretty Print (Retired)
  • Accessories – Stampin’ Dimensionals, Rhinestones, Embossing Powder – Silver, Glue Dots

Measurements –

  • Base Card Pool Party         8 ¼” x 5 7/8” or 21cm x 15cm
  • Layer 1   Whisper White    3 7/8” x 5 5 5/8” or 10cm x 14.5cm
  • Layer 2   DSP                        2 ¼” x 3 7/8” or 6cm x 10cm
  • Layer 3   Pool Party            4 ¾” x 3 ¾” or 9cm  x 12cm
  • Layer 4   Whisper White    4 ¾” x 3 ¾” or 9cm  x 12cm

Tutorial –

  1. Run Layer 1 – Whisper White through BS using Pretty Print EF
  2. Adhere DSP to bottom part of embossed piece
  3. Adhere piece of Ribbon across join tucking ends & adhere to Base Card – Pool Party
  4. Stamp tree image onto Layer 4 – Whisper White with Versamark & Heat Emboss with Silver EP
  5. Cut out with Large Oval Framelits by running through BS
  6. Run Layer 3 – Pool Party through BS prior to adhering embossed tree on top
  7. Adhere to Base Card with Stampin’ Dimensionals top part & Adhesive bottom part
  8. Tie small bow & adhere with Glue Dot
  9. Randomly adhere Rhinestones to tree

Until next time, Happy Stampin’

Vicky

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