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Paint Pouring Christmas Card

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Paint pouring can seem intimidating at first, but once you brave it and give it a go, you’ll be hooked! Ingrid Vichova is on hand to show us how it’s done. You no longer need to purchase a pouring medium as the Color Pour paints Ingrid has used here contain some already, and with one complete kit, you’ll be able to achieve effortless effects in minutes without any mess… thank goodness!

Paint Pouring Christmas Card

Color Pour Starter Kit
Color Pour Amber Glitter Mix
Dies: star, banner, deer
Stamp, sentiment
Ink pad, clear embossing
Embossing powder, gold
Cardstock: white; gold glitter
Thread, gold
Heat tool
Adhesives: glue, 3D foam pads
Die-cutting machine

1. Alternating the paints as you go, pour red, pink, white and gold paint onto white card, 15cm x 21cm. Lift the card and tilt to get the paint moving and blending. Sprinkle red and gold glitter flakes on top.

2. Once dry, trim the panel to 12cm square and mount onto a white blank. Adhere gold glitter paper onto white foam and die cut a star, then a deer and banner from white.

3. Stamp a sentiment onto the banner and heat emboss. Fix the die-cuts to the card front and finish with gold thread.

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