More Christmas in July

Hi again,

I’m back with another CAS Christmas card.  This one uses the Lovely as a Tree stamp set, embossing powder, and glitter!  Who doesn’t like some glitter on their cards?   I took my inspiration for this card from Glenda Mollet (who CASEd it from someone she couldn’t remember).

This card works in so many different colors (I used Cherry Cobbler and Always Artichoke.  I also used Midnight Muse but I sent that card out last Christmas!)  So here are the cards!

Christmas Blessings_1  Christmas Blessings_2

Close up of details

Close up of details

Supplies you will need: 

  • Cardstock:  Cherry Cobbler or Always Artichoke or Midnight Muse or other, Whisper White
  • Stamps:  Lovely as a Tree, More Merry Messages
  • Ink:  Versa Mark
  • Embossing buddy
  • Embossing powder:  White
  • tray/plate
  • Heat tool
  • Glitter
  • 2-way glue pen
  • Adhesive
  • Stamp-a-ma-jig, Perfect Layers tool

Assembling the card:

  1. Form a 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″ card using Cherry Cobbler (or color or your choice) cardstock.
  2. Cut a piece of Cherry Cobbler 4 1/4″ x 2 3/8″
  3. Rub the embossing buddy across this piece then stamp image with VersaMark
  4. Pour white embossing powder on  image over your tray/plate.  Tap off excess and heat emboss
  5. Using the 2-way glue pen put glue in the trees where you want the glitter to be.  Add glitter to the wet glue.  Tap off excess and set aside to dry.
  6. After it dries, attach to white card stock and using the Perfect Layers tool, make a 1/8″ in border around.
  7. Adhere to front of card as shown.
  8. Using the Stamp-A-Ma-Jig figure out placement of the sentiment (Christmas Blessings) on the front of the card.
  9. Use the embossing buddy again for that area, then stamp your image in VersaMark using the Stamp-A-Ma-Jig for placement.
  10. Pour white embossing powder over this, tap off excess, and heat emboss.

Another quick and easy card for Christmas.

Thanks for stopping by.  Have a great day!



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