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Set of 3 Christmas Cards - By Anso

Set of 3 Christmas cards by Anso

 

 

Supplies:

Basic Grey, Dasher, Eggnog (referred to as “Green paper”)

Basic Grey, Dasher, Letter To Santa (referred to as “Red paper”)

Stampbord

White ric rac

Selection of stamps

Black Staz’On inkpad

Tim Holtz Distress Inkpads: Fired Brick, Shabby Shutters, Pine Needles, Peeled Paint

Red cardstock to make the greetingcards from

Sewingmachine with white thread – straight stitch

 

Instructions:

Use your red cardstock to make the actual cards. Mine measure: (tall, slim) 21x7,5 centimetres, (“standard”) 15x10 cm and (small) 10x7,5 cm.

 

Tall slim card:

Cut your green paper to 7,5x7 cm and the red to 14x7,5 cm. Glue to the card and sew using white thread around the outside. Attach some white ric rac where the green and red paper meet. Now prepare your stampbord. Rub with the palest green inkpad in the middle, swap to darker and then finish with the red on the outside. Stamp your image (my stamp comes from an issue of Craft Stamper) using the Staz’On inkpad and finally finish by attaching the stampbord to the card.

 

Standard card:

Cut your green paper to 15x6 cm and the red to 15x4 cm. Glue to the card. Attach some white ric rac where the green and red paper meet. Now prepare your stampbord. Rub with the palest green inkpad in the middle, swap to darker and then finish with the red on the outside. Stamp your image (my stamp comes from a quite old issue of Craft Stamper) using the Staz’On inkpad and finally finish by attaching the stampbord to the card.

 

Small card:

Cut your green paper to 10x3 cm and the red to 10x4,5 cm. Glue to the card and sew using white thread around the outside. Attach some white ric rac where the green and red paper meet. Now prepare your stampbord. Rub with the palest green inkpad in the middle, swap to darker and then finish with the red on the outside. Stamp your image (my stamps is part of a stars and hearts set in a tub from Hero Arts) using the Staz’On inkpad and finally finish by attaching the stampbord to the card.

 


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