Get ready for the Holidays with our #G45Card – November Challenge. To help get your creative juices flowing we have a step by step Christmas card tutorial by Brand Ambassador, Tanya Cloete. Tanya has created these two elegant and dimensional cards using our Twelve Days of Christmas– Deluxe Collector’s Edition, Metal Door Plates & Knobs, Washi Tape, and Rose Bouquet Sets (coming soon). So pull out your paper stash and let's create some beautiful cards together.
#G45Card – Twelve Days of Christmas-Christmas Cards
By Tanya Cloete
“Hello, dear G45ers! Happy to share with you my project for this month #G45Card. I made two Christmas Cards featuring the stunning Twelve Days of Christmas DCE! I used lots of cutting dies to create these pretty cards. I enjoy die-cutting from paper and using these as layers on my projects.
Herewith the Supplies and Instructions you may use to recreate such a project:
Graphic 45 Supplies:
- Twelve Days of Christmas – DCE
- Metal Door Plates and Knobs
- Washi Tape Set
- Ivory Flowers (coming soon!)
- Various Dies
- Embossing Folders
- White Cardstock
- String and Sequins
- Glitter Swirl Embellishments
- Soft Gloss Gel
Cut a card from white cardstock measuring 20 cm x 11 cm and score in half.
Cut a piece from the collection sheet to fit the cards leaving a small border. Add washi tape along the side and adhere to the card.
Tip: Cut a long strip of the washi so that it overlaps and fold it over the pattern piece before adhering.
Cut a few die cut shapes from the collection sheets using cutting dies. Cut a square piece from white cardstock and emboss using an embossing folder.
Layer all the elements before adhering.
Add the metal embellishments adhere with soft gloss gel or glossy accents.
Add the string to the big flower first and then adhere.
Add the collection chipboard elements and glitter swirl embellishments.” ~Tanya
We want to send Tanya our gratitude for sharing these cards, tips, and these directions. We hope you enjoyed these beauties and you are feeling the itch to create your own version. Be sure to leave your love in the comments below, and join us again tomorrow for a #G45Tip. Have a wonderful week and as always…