Monday, 21 October 2019

"Merry Moose" Christmas Card Tutorial

Hi Friends.  I hope you had a great weekend. We got all our wood cut and stacked (seven cords worth) - so that's a big job done! I also had my stamp club yesterday, which was so much FUN - it always is. I'll be sharing photos - as well as a video tutorial - of our club project with you tomorrow. Until then, here's an adorable Christmas card tutorial for you:

  • Stamp Sets: Merry Moose (photopolymer 150494 or bundle 153015); Buffalo Check (151372)
  • Cardstock: Thick Whisper White (140272); Whisper White Cardstock (100730); Real Red (102482); Crumb Cake (120953); Early Expresso (119686)
  • Stamp Pads: Real Red (147084); Early Expresso (147114); Versamark (102283)
  • Other: Moose Punch (150652); Stitched Shapes Dies (145372); White Stampin’ Emboss Powder (109132) Heat Tool (129053); 3/16” Braided Linen Trim (147808); SNAIL Adhesive (104332); Dimensionals (104430); Die Cutting Machine
  • Thick Whisper White: 5 ½” x8 ½ ”; scored at 4 ¼”;
  • Whisper White 3” x 4”
  • Real Red: 4” x 5 ¼”;;
  • Crumb Cake scrap for 3” circle;
  • Early Expresso scrap for Moose
  1. Fold the Whisper White cardstock in half to form the card base.
  2. Stamp the Real Red cardstock with the Buffalo Check stamp using Early Expresso ink. Use SNAIL adhesive to add to front of card base.
  3. Stamp the saying with Real Red onto the bottom center of the 3”x4” Whisper White piece. Adhere to center of card.
  4. Stamp a collection of trees with Versamark onto the Crumb Cake. Sprinkle with Emboss powder and heat set. Cut out with Stitched Shapes die using a die cutting machine. Adhere to card with dimensionals.
  5. Punch a moose out of Early Expresso. Tie a piece of Braided Linen trim around neck to resemble a scarf. Adhere with dimensionals.  

Enjoy the day & HAPPY STAMPING!

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