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Let It Snow Cards

Card making Christmas cards Christmas crafts

Use our Crafter’s Companion Let It Snow digi stamps to make cost-effective Christmas cards

Let It Snow Cards

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YOU WILL NEED:
Crafter’s Companion Let It Snow digi stamps
Patterned papers
Dies: Lawn Fawn Simple Wavy Banners, Stitched Hillside Borders; Mama Elephant Winter Forest; Sue Wilson Merry Christmas; M&C Stitched Circle, Scallop Circle
Stamps, Lawn Fawn Wavy Christmas Greetings
Distress Oxide inks: Stormy Skies, Blueprint Sketch, Tea Dye, Picked Raspberry, Spun Sugar
Alcohol markers
Wooden Sentiment
Embellishments: ribbon, lace, adhesive gems
Fineliner, black
Adhesives: glue, 3D foam pads, glitter glue

Happy Christmas
Cover the front of a 9.5cm x 13.5cm blank with patterned paper. Die cut a white scalloped circle, then two stitched circles from blue and white. Layer together to make a snow hill scene. Print out the digi stamps and cut out. Colour in the penguin and present. Glue the snowflakes and attach the rest with 3D foam pads. Add a sentiment and gems to finish.

Penguin Tower
Layer patterned papers onto coloured card and secure ribbon around the middle. Glue onto a 12.5cm square blank. On your computer, arrange six of the front-on penguins into a pyramid formation and print out. Colour in. Layer onto coloured card and attach in place with 3D foam pads. Attach a sentiment with 3D foam pads. Add a ribbon bow with a button centre, then apply adhesive gems.

Merry Christmas Penguins
Create a blended background with Distress Oxide inks in Blueprint Sketch and Picked Raspberry. Die cut two snow hills and glue everything onto a 9.5cm x 12.5cm blank. Cut out some tree shapes, colour in and glue onto the hills. Print out the digi stamps and colour in. Cut out each one and attach with 3D foam pads. Add a wooden sentiment, then gems in the corners.

Warm & Cosy Christmas
Layer patterned papers onto an 11cm x 14.5cm blank. Attach ribbon and lace around layered paper and glue across the middle. Print out the digi stamp and colour in. Matt onto two lots of coloured card and attach with 3D foam pads. Fix the printed sentiment. Add a ribbon bow with a gem, then apply glitter to the image. Adhere gems to finish.

Winter Wishes Snowmen
Die cut a winter tree background and add Tea Dye distress ink onto the trees. Create a blended background using Stormy Skies and Blueprint Sketch inks and glue behind the trees. Adhere the panel onto a 10.5cm x 14cm blank. Print out the two snowmen and colour in. Cut out each one and attach onto the panel with 3D foam pads. Fix a stamped sentiment onto a die-cut banner. Add adhesive gems.

Merry Christmas Igloo
Gently blend Spun Sugar ink onto a 10.5cm square panel. Draw a frame around it and layer onto an 11cm square blank. Print out the digi stamps and colour in. Glue the igloo and snowflakes. Attach the snowman and penguin with 3D foam pads. Die cut a sentiment and glue at the top.

Merry Christmas Presents
Matt patterned paper onto a 10.5cm x 11.5cm blank. Mount white card, 8cm x 9cm, onto beige. Draw a frame around it and attach onto the card with 3D foam pads. Print out and colour nine presents. Cut out each one and attach in place with 3D foam pads. Attach a stamped and die-cut sentiment to complete.

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Sketchy Journal

YOU WILL NEED:
STAEDTLER pigment liners: 0.3mm, 0.5mm
Journal, plain
Pencil
Adhesives

METHOD:
1. Trace out a design onto the front cover of a plain journal in pencil. Apply all line and shaded work…

How to Techniques Adult Colouring