Monday, December 22, 2014

Make it Merry card by designer Deborah Nolan featuring Jillibean Soup

Welcome back, my Stampin' Sistahs!

Today's card features the Holly Berry Borscht 6x6 patterned paper by Jillibean Soup and the tree die from a Hot Fudge Studio clear stamp set, both by Hampton Art!

Make It Merry card by Deborah Nolan

S  U  P  P  L  I  E  S
6x6 Patterned Paper: Holly Berry Borscht (Jillibean Soup); Other Papers: cardstock, vellum, copy paper; Media: Copper Stickles (Ranger); Accents: Hemptique cord, gems Dies: Christmas tree from clear stamp set SCO664 (Hot Fudge Studio by Hampton Art), Die-namics Sequins (MFT); Adhesives: tape runner, Tombo all-purpose liquid glue; Tools: paper cutter, scoreboard, bone folder, Vagabond, scissors, tweezers  

I  N  S  T  R  U  C  T  I  O  N  S
    1. Make card base for a 4” x 5” card from white cardstock.
    2. Cut and adhere maroon mat to card front.
    3. Cut three strips of 1.25" x 6" calender patterned paper, a 4" x 6" panel of copy paper, and a 4" x 6" panel of vellum.
    4. Adhere the three patterned paper strips to the copy paper, aligning the first one to the bottom left corner of the copy paper.
    5. Align the vellum to the bottom left corner of the panel and adhere with a smidge of glue in a spot that will be covered.
    6. Trim the copy paper and vellum overhang from the panel (the finished width will be 3.75").
    7. Trim top of panel for 4.75" height and adhere to maroon mat. 
    8. Adhere sentiment sticker.
    9. Die cut Christmas tree and sequins and adhere to card; follow with application of Stickles to sequins.
    10. Once dry, adhere gems to sequin centers, tie cord into a bow, and adhere.
    11. To anchor vellum, gently lift its corners and apply small drops of glue to areas that will be covered (the tree, sequins and sticker).

Thanks for stopping and have a blessed day!


1 comment:

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