We expect every crafter is either thinking about their Christmas cards or are already half-way through making them so today Debbie has taken a Hunkydory Christmas Topper pack and used it in 4 ways showing how versatile just one pack can be. And as you can get so many cards made using all your bits and bobs in your crafting stash, what brilliant value they are too.
- Score a piece of A4 card in half or use an A5 pre-scored card blank.
- Stick red gingham paper to card front and trim to fit.
- Cut a rectangle of ruby vintage card and a larger mat from plain white card.
- Before you adhere the ruby card to the larger mat - colour the edges by inking with Bundled Sage Distress Ink.
- Trim out the toppers from the Mr Robin Redbreast sheet. Arrange all your elements before sticking anything down to make sure you are happy with the layout.
- Stick down the rectangular mat first and then stick the red ribbon half-way between the bottom of mat and bottom of card.
- Arrange the 2 circular toppers as shown.
- Using Bundled Sage Distress Ink - colour the die-cut mistletoe and adhere to card.
- Finish with self adhesive pearls as berries on mistletoe.
- Fold gingham card from pack in half.
- Trim out toppers from sheet and decide where you want them but do not stick down yet.
- Using peel-off chain borde,r centre and stick down above bauble topper making sure the lower end of the chain finishes behind baubles.
- Now stick the baubles onto the card using foam pads/glue gel to create depth.
- Fold red bordered cream backing card from pack in half.
- Stick Mr Robin Redbreast topper in the centre of the card - used as a landscape card.
- Die cut corner and greeting from red glitter card and stick to card.
- Starting with square card blank (approx 6" x 6") using a corner rounder - round off upper right and lower left corners.
- Ink card base with Bundled Sage Distress Ink using either Cut 'n' Dry Foam or Ink Duster brushes.
- Immediately dust the inked card with green mica powder from Imagination Crafts Nature Set.
- Die-cut the twig wreath (Memory Box) from white card and colour with Brushed Corduroy Distress Ink.
- Trim out toppers from sheet. To make the most from your twiggy wreath die-cut trim out a section and set aside to use later as corner embellishments.
- Place Mr Robin Redbreast topper in centre of card and place large twiggy wreath section to top left making sure the cut away section is hidden under the centre topper. Stick down when happy with position. Stick the circular greeting to the bottom right of the centre topper and raise on foam pads for depth.
- Cut a small corner from red gingham paper and stick to the bottom right-hand and cut the remaining section of twiggy wreath into 2 and adhere to top right and bottom left corners as shown.
- Finally, using red stickles glitter glue decorate the large twiggy wreath with berries.
We hope you enjoy these projects.
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