Tuesday, October 6, 2020

Once Upon a Christmas part 2

 Today is another 2 cards! I'm on fire!! lol

Once Upon a Christmas 6 x 6 paper pad
Once Upon a Christmas Diecut
Paper Rose Snowflakes Stencil
Paper Rose stamp set
Speckled Egg
Black Glaze Pen
Copic Multi-liner pen 0.3

Very simple card. Using the Speckled Egg distress Oxide Ink apply thru the stencil being careful not to only apply half of a snowflake. Position the Christmas bauble,where you want them and use a ruler to draw in the  strings. Randomly apply the glaze pen. The good thing about this pen is the longer you press it onto the cardstock the bigger the dot.
Card number 2.
In the diecut pack there is lots of little postage stamps. With no idea how I was going to use them I decided to use them all in one go.

Paper Rose Australian Nesting Rectangles code 17850
Once Upon a Christmas 6 x 6 paper Pad 
Once Upon a Christmas Diecut
Paper Rose Snowflakes Stencil
Stickles Gel Supanova
Taylored Expression Christmas Simple Strips
Uniquely Creative Snowy Sequins 
Using the snowflake stencil apply the supa nova glitter gel and allow it to dry.

Make yourself a frame using the second and fourth largest rectangles. Make sure you cut a piece of acetate using the larger before you apply the foam to the back of the frame!...

Adhere some of the postage stamps to the background of the shaker. This way you can always make sure you see some of them. Add some of the Uniquely Creative Snowy sequins and close the shaker up with the stenciled background.

Trim a piece of paper down to 14.4 x 10cm and adhere this to the card base with glue. 

Taylored Expressions has a few sentiment stamp sets that have a coordinating die. With one stamp of the set you get lots of sentiments to use. Next, use the matching sentiment die to cut them all out. Once cut out I place them into a little zip lock bag to keep.  I applied glue to just the edges, this limits the chance of glue oozing out.

 You can check out the video here 

 Thank you for stopping by. I hope you enjoyed my cards.

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