Saturday, 3 October 2015

Traditional Christmas Card

Hello ...

Today I am back to sharing a Christmas project with you.  This card has been made using some of the Craft Asylum dies and embellishments.  It has a different look to many of my projects but these dies are so versatile they suit too many styles to just stick to one!

Circle Framelits 
Kraft Card
White Card
Distress Ink 
Glitter glue

1. Die-cut 3 circles from kraft, pattered paper and white cardstock.  Ink the white panel with blue distress ink and distress the edges of all of them.
2.  stamp the tree in brown and green.  Die cut the Proud Deer and add some glitter.
3.  To the base of the circle add some tulle and cover lightly in Gesso and glitter glue.  Leave to dry.
4.  Die cut the snowflakes and leaves.  Wrap ribbon around the square card blank and when dry adhere the circle.
5.  Adhere the snowflakes and leaves and add a brad to the centre.  Add the word 'Joy'

I think this card as a lovely traditional feel to it and of course the beauty of these dies are they can be adapted to suit so many styles.

Have you started on your Christmas crafting yet?


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