Tuesday, 8 December 2020

Heartwarming Hugs Christmas Card

Hello and welcome to my blog.

Another card to add to my Christmas collection. I made 5 of these as they were easy and simple and quick to put together.


I had fun putting this card together. I first cut the cardstock (real red) to size, then cut the dsp 3mm smaller and adhered them together. That was my starting point. For the trees, I used old olive stampin blends plus a touch of mossy meadow which I blended with the light old olive.

Aug-Dec 2020 Mini Catalogue - Page 11
I was looking through the Aug-Dec Mini when I came across the image above. See the small pizza box on the right? Yep, that is what I case(d) and made it into a card.


I used mini glue dots rolled up like a sausage to adhere the gold hoop to the dsp. I also used them on the trees but didn't roll it up. I kept them flat as I didn't want extra dimension. Mini dimensionals are keeping the trees in place - one above the hoop and one below. For the sentiment, I used one dimensional in the centre as the hoop helps to keep the dimension on either side.

Here you can see the dimension.

Card Measurements: Imperial
Base card - Whisper White = 4" x 11" (score @ 5 1/2")
Layer 1 - Real Red = 3 3/4" x 5 1/4"
Layer 2 - DSP = 3 5/8" x 5 1/8"

Card Measurements: Metric

Base card - Whisper White = 10.5cm x 29cm (score @ 14.5cm)
Layer 1 - Real Red = 10cm x 14cm
Layer 2 - DSP = 9.7cm x 13.7cm


Below are the products I used. Substitute for anything you have in your stash.


PURCHASE PRODUCTS USED IN TODAY'S PROJECT HERE 

I hope you like today project, If you have any questions, let me know.

Thanks for visiting and have a great day.

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