Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Peace on Earth Carols Of Christmas with Striped Treat Bags Card

The Stampin' Up! gold foiled Striped Treat bags are so luxurious and special and make anything you put in them that bit extra special. Today I cut one up to used a layer on my card.

I started this card by cutting up a treat bag and using the front portion cut to slightly smaller than a card base. In the Big Shot I created a border on the bag layer using the border Thinlit from the Card Front Builder Thinlits. Also using the Big Shot I cut some Always Artichoke card stock for the trees and Soft Suede card stock for the deer which had also been stamped in the same ink using the same Thinlits.  I stamped the Peace on Earth sentiment in Cherry Cobblerink onto Vellum and cut it and a larger square using the Stitched Shaped Framelits one again in the Big Shot, adhering them using tiny dabs of liquid glue behind the letters. I using Stampin' Dimensionals to where the single tree and deer to the card. I then adhered this Whole piece to a Thick Whisper White card base.

Here is a video showing all the pieces from the Carols of Christmas Bundle

This is what is available to purchase in the Carols Of Christmas Pre Release in AUGUST

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I can also show you how to make my projects at a party with you and your friends or at one of my classes. Just contact me to organise a time to enjoy the amazing benefits our hosts that you can spend on anything in the Annual Catalogue.

Ellen xx

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