Thursday, 13 October 2016

Christmas Makes


Hi there!

Hope no-one has succumbed to
the current bug - people seem to
be coughing and sneezing everywhere I go.
What we need is a bit more currant bun

On that note think we'd better get 
down to the business of the day so
go get a cuppa and then read on.....

Angela Radford

is here with a gorgeous card which 
she reveals step by step...........

1. I used the Woodware Berry wreath to make this Masterboard which was then used to make the Christmas card.

2. Started here with clear embossing powder and then added white using the large stamp. I used an A3 sheet of card as I like to have plenty to play with.

3. Now it's time to add the colour. Just dab the distress pads onto a blending mat, spray with water and move this around a little with your finger.

4. Take the embossed card and dab it onto the inked mat, take this steady and do dry the colours before starting with the next one.

5. At this stage I went over the whole thing with a blending tool.

6. And here is the finished Masterboard all ready to make lots of cards.

7. Next I stamped the wreath again on white card and then again to create a shadow by using the second generation of ink already on the stamp. To finish this I added glitter glue to the berries.

8. Here you can see that I have die cut some circular mats, 
edged the card with distress inks and then 
mounted everything onto a 6x6 card blank

 I have also die cut a small tag and stamped the sentiment on it. 
Completed this with gold gems and ribbon. 

Hope you like it.
Happy crafting, 
Angela x

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A beautiful card Angela, we love it!
thank you very much

Bye for now everyone

Mickie xx

1 comment:

  1. Great use of the stamp set, both as focal point and background"paper"!


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