Today's card is another card using the Christmas Pines stamp set and the coordinating Pretty Pines Thinlits Dies. This card came together very quickly with the help of the Big Shot and the Thinlits 🙂 Using the already embossed Fancy Frost Specialty Designer Series Paper makes cardmaking easier too!
How To Make It:
This card starts with a cardbase of Rich Razzleberry cardstock. Then, a layer of Fancy Frost Specialty Designer Series Paper was added.
Next, the banner from the Christmas Pines stamp set was stamped with Old Olive ink on Whisper White cardstock and then the sentiment from Christmas Pines was stamped inside the banner with Rich Razzleberry ink. Paper Snips were then used to hand cut the banner.
Using the Pretty Pines Thinlits Dies, I cut the pine boughs using Old Olive cardstock and Crushed Curry cardstock. You may find the dies cut easier using the Precision Plate and Die Brush to remove the cardstock from the dies.
I put a strip of Tear & Tape Adhesive behind the hand cut sentiment and then layered the die cut pieces on the adhesive as shown behind the sentiment. Another strip of Tear & Tape Adhesive was added then the cluster was added to the card front.
The bow from the Pretty Pines Thinlits Dies was die cut and added to the sentiment banner with a Mini Glue Dot and then a Rhinestones Basics Jewel was added for a little sparkle.
Christmas Pines-142049 (bundle: 143496)
Rich Razzleberry-115316 , Old Olive-100702, Crushed Curry- 131199, Whisper White-100730 , Fancy Frost Designer Series Paper-142014
Old Olive-126953 , Rich Razzleberry- 126950
Pretty Pines Thinlits Dies-141851, Rhinestones Basics Jewels- 119246, Paper Snips- 103579, Tear & Tape adhesive-138995, Mini Glue Dots- 103683, Die Brush- 140603, Precision Base Plate- 139684
I hope you have a stampin' good day!