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Use our Christmas Carol digi stamps to create our classic yet contemporary selection below
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YOU WILL NEED:
FREE Christmas Carol digi stamps
Pens: Spectrum Noir Crystal Clear Sparkle; alcohol markers, gel pen, white
Embellishments: Marianne Design Dew Drops; ribbon, pearls
Print and colour the holly digi stamp, then trim. Cover a 15cm square blank with red card and matt the motif centrally towards the top. Wrap green ribbon around the base and tie into a bow at the right-hand side. Add three small white pearls and highlight the berries with Spectrum Noir’s Crystal Clear Sparkle pen.
Joy To The World
Cut along the outline of the bauble digi stamp, then colour in. Create a white blank, 10.5cm x 12cm, with a scalloped bottom edge. Cover the top with green card and fix a strip strip of red card below. Secure the digi stamp to the top of the blank so that it overlaps the top edge. Trim a bow from red card and adhere to the bottom-right. Highlight the baubles with Spectrum Noir’s Crystal Clear Sparkle pen and add a gem to the centre of the long bauble to finish.
Use a circle die cut to cut out the partridge digi stamp, then colour in. Use a die circle to cut out. Create a 15cm circle blank and cover with aqua card. Mat the image centrally onto the blank with foam tape. Add some sparkle and a few Dew Drops to decorate.
Print the Nativity scene digi stamp, colour in and trim to leave a narrow border. Mount onto a slightly larger piece of navy card. Cover the top of an 8cm x 15cm blank with navy. Print the sentiment digi stamp and secure below. Cut scallops across a strip of red card, add snowflakes with a white gel pen and attach to conceal the join.
Colour and trim the Christmas tree digi stamp. Layer green card onto a 10cm x 14cm blank. Secure the motif centrally onto the card front. Add highlights to the star, baubles, trunk and band around the pot using Spectrum Noir’s Crystal Clear Sparkle pen. Finish with a small red bow below the sentiment.
YOU WILL NEED:
Cardstock, various colours
Adhesives: glue, double-sided tape, 3D foam pads
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