Hey crafty friends!
Today I am back with a post on the Sunny Studio Stamps blog!
First, I stamped the images from Christmas Cookies and Candy Shoppe onto Bristol Smooth cardstock and I colored them in using Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers.
Then, to create my shaped card, I used an A2-sized card base and the outline house die from the Gingerbread House dies. I lined up the top edge of the die with the edge of the folded card base, making sure to leave a little gap between the cutting edge and the card base, so the top won’t be cut through. I ran it through the die-cutting machine twice to make it cuts through both layers of cardstock. After that, I also die-cut all the other pieces of the Gingerbread House and I ink blended them with Distress Oxide inks.
I adhered all the decorative house pieces to my shaped card base. I also die-cut all three of the Icing Borders and adhered them to the roof, door, and sides of the house. Then it was time to embellish! I added Rubellite and Pink Spinel jewels to the roof lining as well as to the door and then I added lots and lots of stickles to all the areas that I thought could use a little extra sparkle! So basically everywhere – haha!
Have you ever made a shaped card? I had so much fun making this one and I hope you like it!
Thanks so much for stopping by today and have a wonderful day!
Disclaimer/ Hinweis: AD / Werbung als Design Team Mitglied von Sunny Studio Stamps.
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