However, when you are trying to accumulate things to sell at a Christmas market, you have to start holiday creations early in the year. This Noel card will be the next tutorial for our Glory Crafters at church. Our cards are then sold at our Christmas bazaar to raise money for charity.
Stampin' Up! Peaceful Pines
Sizzix 3-D Textured Impressions
Stampin' Up! Sizzix Perfect Pines (pine trees)
Stampin' Up! Sizzix Wonderful Wreath (Noel)
Spellbinders A Gilded Life: Rhinestone Chain
Stampin' Up! Ink Pads: Real Red and Garden Green
Prima Marketing's Red Rub-on Foil (for Noel)
Silver Leaf (for the snowflake)
Perfect Pearl Mist
White Card Stock (cut to 4 x 5 1/4 inches)
Real Red Card Stock (cut to 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 inches)
Folded White Card Base
Designer Cardstock (cut to 4 x 2 1/4 inches)
Stick It Adhesive Sheets
Use the Stick It Adhesive Sheets with the dies to cut out the word Noel and the snowflakes. You can click here for a video tutorial on how to use these wonderful adhesive sheets!
"How to Gild" tutorial video, which I featured in an earlier post about butterfly tags.
Stick the red-foiled word, Noel, onto the top section of the card. Adhere the strip of 4 x 2 1/4 inch snowflake designer red/silver cardstock onto the card. Of course, you can use whatever colored cardstock you prefer or have at hand.
Cut a strand of the rhinestone chain to 4 inches and then glue it onto the card. Glue the red rhinestone onto the silver snowflake. Allow to dry.
Use a stamping platform and the Stampin' Up! Peaceful Pines set to make the colored Christmas tree. I used the SU Garden Green ink pad for the tree and SU Real Red for the light strands with this two-step stamp. Select the appropriate-sized Perfect Pines die to cut out your colored tree.
Create a background for this little tree by using the larger-sized Perfect Pine die and cut out a silver tree. Glue it to the back of your stamped and colored pine. Use pop-up adhesive to place the tree and snowflake onto the card.