Tuesday, 6 December 2016

C90 CHRISTMAS SNOW COLLECTION

Card – Joy to the World

by Lisa-Marie Walting





Materials:
Fabscraps MC90 001A Carders Pack
Fabscraps C90 003 Santa’s Helpers
Fabscraps C90 008 Santa’s Wreaths
Fabscraps ST90 002 Sticker Sheet
Fabscraps DS 060 Stencil
Brown Cardstock
Ink – green and brown
Mists – red and cranberry
Glitter glue – red, gold, green
Gauze
Small twig wreath
Tombow
Foam dots
Glue gun


Method

·                Cut your cardstock to measure 12 x 6 inches.  Score down the middle and fold.  This will form your base card
·                Cut a 5 ¾ x 5 ¾ inch square from one of the sheets from your carders pack; I used the sheet with the snowmen in socks.  Chalk with brown, distress the edges and then adhere to the front of your base card
·                Cut another sheet from your carders pack (plain side up) to measure 5.5 x 3.5 inches; tear the upper section; distress the remaining three untorn edges
·                Use your stencil and a blending tool to apply a design to the smaller sheet (above). Then adhere to the lower portion of your card
·                Spray your piece of gauze liberally with your two mists; arrange and adhere it to overlap the torn section of your card
·                Adhere a wreath sticker to some of the paper left over from the carders pack, per the torn piece and the fussy cut it out
·                Fussy cut a small wreath from C90 008 and chalk the edges with brown. Adhere your sticker to this wreath using foam dots
·                Cut a 2 ¼ inch circle from C90 003, distress the edges and then adhere the double wreath you’ve created above, to this circle, using Tombow.  Adhere this to the centre of your gauze, using foam dots
·                Adhere your little twig wreath just beneath your title circle wreath
·                Fussy cut some holly and a small bow from C90 008 and chalk the edges.  Arrange these around your title w wreath and also your little twig wreath

·                Finish your card off with swipes of glitter glue







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