There will be LOTS of sparkly and glittery things in this Christmas Card series, however, this project isn’t one of them. I wanted to try and step out of my shiny, bedazzled, box and make a pretty card for the non-sparkle folks on the interwebs. This is my attempt… I think it turned out pretty nice. Oh, I did throw on a couple of sequins… I couldn’t help myslef!
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- Stencil – Snowflakes
- Pixie Spray temporary stencil adhesive
- Card stock – Red
- Plastic palette knife
- Deco Foil Metallix Gel Pure Gold
- Glass media mat
- Guillotine paper trimmer
- Card stock – Gold
- Stamp Set – Inside Christmas Greetings
- Neenah Classic Crest 80# Card stock
- MISTI stamping tool
- Anti-static powder bag
- Versamark embossing ink
- Embossing Powder – Gold
- Wagner Heat Tool
- Deli sheets
- Scalloped Rectangles Die Set
- Spellbinders Platinum 6 Manual Die Cutting Machine (my favorite machine)
- Neenah Classic Crest 110# Cardstock (25 sheet pack) (card base)
- Neenah Classic Crest 110# Card stock (125 sheet pack)
- Mini Scoring Board
- Teflon Bone Folder
- Purple Tape
- Scotch Advanced Tape Glider
- 3M Foam Tape
- Tim Holtz Craft Shears – Small
- Gold sequins
- Decorative Detail Grabber
- Art Glitter liquid glue
- Metal tips for liquid glue
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Remember, if mailing a card with layers and embellishments in the United States, be sure and buy “non-machinable” postage so your cards don’t get smooshed in the USPS postal machines.
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