Wednesday, 18 December 2013

Fast and Fabulous Christmas - Day 3 - Festive Flurries Christmas Cards

Today I have a two fast and fabulous Christmas Cards for you - and again a mini tutorial on how to make six of them in record quick time!
Fast and Fabulous Christmas Cards Using Festive Flurries - includes a mini tutorial

As you can see these two are basically the same card but they have been finished off in different ways.

To make these cards take an A4 sheet of Whisper White Card and stamp your snowflake design all over it.  I have used the Festive Flurry Stamp Set and some Silver Metallic Ink.

Since I used Metallic Ink I had to wait a moment for it to dry, so in that time I cut and folded six card bases from Raspberry Ripple Card.  Next cut your Stamped card into six pieces each measuring 7cm by 14.9 cm (I cut mine in half at 14.9 then those A5 pieces into 7cm widths).  

Then the sentiment was stamped onto Whisper White Card measuring 5cm by 7cm and this was attached to the stamped strips.  A layer of Silver Glimmer Paper was cut using the Tasteful Trim Die and attached to the card base.  The stamped panel with the sentiment were then added using dimensional pads to give the card some visual texture. 

To finish the cards off I added some silver ribbon to one
Fast and Fabulous Christmas Cards Using Festive Flurries - includes a mini tutorial

and for the other I made an embellishment using my punches.  
Fast and Fabulous Christmas Cards Using Festive Flurries - includes a mini tutorial

Have fun with those last moment Christmas Cards

Happy Stampin'
Bekka Prideaux - Stampin' Up! in UK, Nederlands, Österreich, Deutschland & France.  Top Demonstrator.  Buy Stampin' Up! at www.bekka.stampinup.net Card Making and Scrapbooking Supplies or start your own Stampin' Up! business. Join Stampin' Up! here

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