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Its Time To Make A Start On My Christmas Cards. Using Lawn Fawn Dies and Stamps.

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 Well Hello and Welcome

With 30+ temperatures hitting England, I'm sure Christmas is the last thing on your mind. But in the craft industry we have to think way in advance. Products need to be sourced and designs need to be decided. As most of us will be sending or giving out 20 to 30 cards. So with that in mind I felt I needed a quick and easy card, that I could produce without getting board. As mass production can become tedious.


Giant Merry Christmas Die (Lawn Fawn)

Tiny Winter Friends Stamp Set (Lawn Fawn)

Glitzy Glitter Pad (Memory Box)

Alcohol Friendly Inkpad (Memento)

 80lb Cardstock (Neenah)

110lb Cardstock (Any) 

Alcohol Markers (Copic or Similar)

Brown & Yellow Fine Liners (Stabilo or Similar)

Gold Pen 1.0mm (Pen Touch)

Jelly Roll Stardust Glitter Silver (Sakura) Snow flake Centres

Crystal Gems In Ocean Breeze, Perfect Pearls, Raw Honey  (Honey Bee Stamps)

6" x 6" Card Blank



Die cut out the "Giant Merry Christmas" out of the glitter card stock. Also cut out three more with a cheaper cardstock 110lb or thicker. Stick all four layer together for added dimension, on to your card blank.


Stamp out your images in alcohol marker friendly black ink.


Colour your images and add gold trim to the slay, using a gold pen.


Die cut out all the images.
Connect the sleigh to the rain dear with the rope.

Arrange your images around the die cut sentiment, when your happy attach with liquid glue. Then stamp extra snow flakes, straight on to the card blank around your sentiment. Finally add your crystal gems to finish.

I do hope you enjoyed this weeks blog post, I'll be back next Wednesday with another project.

Happy Papercrafting



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