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Creating A Slimline Christmas Scene, Using the Concord and 9th Stamps and Dies (Merry Mantle) Card One Christmas Collection.

Christmas Card Concord and 9th Creating A Scene Jo Summers polychromos Polychromos Pencils Working on dark card stock

Good Morning, I'm back today with the first card from my mini Christmas collection. I never used to be, a card maker at Christmas kind of person, as the volume you have to create can seem daunting. But I then decided to make 10 special cards for family and close friends. This makes the whole process much more enjoyable as some of the stamps and dies are just darling to use.

So today we kick of the theme with this scene card , using the latest release from Concord and 9th.


Concord and 9th Stamps Merry Mantle



Neenah 110  Card Stock for Card Blank.Cut to 8 1/4 " x 7 " scored at 3 1/2"

Lawn Fawn Black Licorice cut to a 1/4 inch shorter than card base.

Gina K Amalgam Ink Pad Black

Sakura Stardust Pen

White Posca Pen (0.7 mm) or Jelly Roll White Pen

Polychromos Pencils

White Pencil

Glossy Accents and Glitter.

Glitter Card Stock ( for Noel)

White Embossing Powder.



Stamp out the elements of your scene, on to Neenah card stock. You don't have to use the same weight as the card blank.

Colour your images in chosen medium. I used Polychromos pencils.

      Die Cut out all your images.

Cut and Score your card blank and add your layer of black card stock.
Line up your images and add double sided tape to the mantle.
Attach the stockings, with liquid glue.
Add other elements. Die cut the noel word out of glitter cardstock.
Sketch out your firer place using an white pencil, work out where your sentiment is going.

Stamp and emboss sentiment.

go over your white pencil with a white posca or gelly roll pen.

Then add glossy accents and glitter to stockings , your scene is complete.


I hope you've enjoyed this weeks blog post I will be back next week using more concord and 9th stamps and dies.
Happy Stamping


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