Summer Christmas Projects | Kaleidoscope Argyle

This is the last project, for real this time, in my Summer Christmas Projects Series. I will be doing a 12 Days of Christmas Series again this fall so stay tuned for that. ☺️ You can watch the process video below by clicking the green button if you’d like.

I used the Spellbinders die set named Kaleidoscope Argyle from the Christmas Slimline Collection along with my Spellbinders Platinum 6 manual die cutting machine. I decided to make standard A2 cards instead of the slimline and I’m in love with how graphic these projects turned out!

Making Christmas cards is a great excuse to get out all the glitter and shiny things, (as if I needed an excuse 😜) so I grabbed my favorite Craft Perfect card stock packs to cut out these kaleidoscope shapes. I used Gold Hearted, Green Valley , and Ruby Romance.

These cards were finished with red glitter embossing powder on white and white embossing powder on black sentiments from a Simon Says Stamp set from last year called Joy for You. I then added some gold pearls to the one with the shiny card stock. The glittery one was pretty fantastic all on it’s own… so no bling for that one. ☺️

Have a wonderful day and thanks for hanging out with me! 😘

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Hugs, Michelle ❤️

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