Pink Christmas Card using Home For The Holidays SOA

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Hi, it’s Jeni with a pink Christmas Card for the WCMD Challenge Inspiration.  You can enter your card HERE for a chance to win a gift voucher for The Little Paper Tree.  I didn’t have any plan when I started making this card I just wanted to use the stamps and dies in the Home For The Holidays Stamp Of Approval box and pink inks!

 

The video tutorial also shows my bloop/craft accident and you can see how I fixed it below.  The video is up on YouTube.  You can see it HERE. Now onto the card…

 

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I took a piece of Catherine Pooler white card and used one of the stamps from the Cozy Borders stamp set and stamped with Party Dress, Be Mine and It’s A Girl ink colours going up the card to create an ombre look.  I diecut two tags from the Concord & 9thHoliday Cheer Tags die set and used a Nuvo Blending Brush and It’s A Girl ink to add some soft colour.  For some more interest I stamped half the snowflake from the Tiny Wishes stamp set along one side.  The sentiment is one of the bauble dies from Tiny Tags die set with a Warm Wishes stamp in Midnight ink.  I adhered everything to my card panel and wanted to add some sparkle – since this is for Christmas.  This is where my bloop happens.

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I haven’t used my bottle of Nuvo Crystal Glitter Drops in ages – and I think some glitter has dried inside the nozzle.  I did use a needle to try and unclog it and I SHOULD have taken it to the sink and let some hot water run over the nozzle – but I didn’t.  I squeezed the bottle and all the medium still in the bottle popped out over my scrap piece of card (Luckily my card front was fine).

 

I used a stylus to add the drops to the card – and my pink Christmas Card is finished!

 

As promised on the video I have the finished glitter card here.  I scrapped as much of the “paste” as I could and used a palette knife to cover another card front with the Turkish Delight stencil and let this dry overnight.  Because the scrap card I was using had some Picked Raspberry Distress Oxide on it, I used the same colour on one of the word die cuts. I diecut two of the Merry and Bright dies and used a Nuvo Blending Sponge with Picked Raspberry on one of them.  I left this to dry then adhered the white one slightly off set, then adhered them to my card.

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What are your best crafty accidents?

 

 

WANT TO FIND THESE SUPPLIES:

 

STAMP AND DIE

Catherine Pooler Designs – Stamp Of Approval Home For The Holidays Box

Cozy Borders Stamp Set

Tiny Wishes Stamp Set

Tiny Tags Die

Concord & 9th Holiday Cheer Tags Die

Concord & 9th Merry And Bright Die

 

INK

Catherine Pooler Designs – Party Dress Ink

Catherine Pooler Designs – Be Mine Ink

Catherine Pooler Designs – It’s A Girl Ink

Catherine Pooler Designs –  Midnight Ink

Tim Holtz Distress Oxide – Picked Raspberry

 

CARD

Catherine Pooler Designs – Premium White Cardstock

Catherine Pooler Designs – Premium Pre-Scored Notecards

 

STENCIL AND EMBELLISHMENTS

Catherine Pooler Designs – Turkish Delight Stencil

Nuvo Crystal Drops – White Blizzard Glitter Drops

 

ADHESIVES AND TOOLS

Nuvo Blending Brushes

Nuvo Blending Sponges

Tombow Xtreme Tape Runner

Lawn Fawn Acrylic Block

Avery Elle Storage Pockets

Ranger Tim Holtz Mini Snips Scissors

Cuttlebug Diecutting Machine

Cuttlebug C Adapter Plate

 

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  1. Sarah May
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    Beautiful result to get from an accident!

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