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Katelyn Grosart is here today with a perfectly timed Winter Wonderland #G45Card mantle card tutorial. Her thoughtfully constructed card is perfect for loading up with photos and memories of the season. Check out the Snapguide tutorial below.
Season’s Greetings Mantle Card
By Katelyn Grosart
“Hey G45 Fans! Christmas will soon be here and creating for the Christmas Season has definitely been on my mind. This month, I’ve been busy playing with the Winter Wonderland collection and I ended up creating this fabulous Season’s Greetings Mantle Card which was inspired by one of my crafty friends. This card is perfect to add pictures and notes to send to loved ones. You’ll want to make sure to grab a cup of your favourite Christmas beverage and enjoy the photos and tutorial of my Season’s Greetings Mantle Card”.
Tip: Cut the saying border apart in order to get the Season’s Greetings Sentiment for the front of your card.
Tip: When decorating the next two pages of your mantle card, make sure that each side coordinates with each other.
Tip: Layer two sentiment borders together to create a fun saying at the bottom of the page.
Tip: Use the solid side of the Winter Wonderland Patterns & Solids Paper Pad to break up some of the patterned paper.
Tip: For both the left and right sides, use the ephemera cards as embellishments as well as writing surfaces for notes. To create the pocket, use one of the wider borders.
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Thanks for joining me today and I hope that you’ll recreate my Season’s Greeting Mantle Card at home.” ~Katelyn Grosart
Winter Wonderland Mini Album
By Alexandra Morein
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Thanks for joining us and Katelyn for this fun and inspirational card tutorial. Including today, there are still four days to get those Christmas cards ready to go so hopefully this will help you get to the finish line in time. We'd love to hear about your most memorable holiday card creations in the comments below and remember each comment here and/or on Facebook is a chance to win this weeks blog prize. The winner will be announced in tomorrow's blog so get those comments in now.