What says WOW more than this beautiful Red & White Poinsettia Easel Christmas Card Project? Give the gift of a creative card this Christmas with this easy to follow, step-by-step project.
Sparkelicious Glitter – Princess
Sparkelicious Glitter – Radiant
Sparkelicious Glitter – Brilliance
Poinsettia Easel Christmas Card Instructions:
Cut down a piece of white card the same size as the 8″ x 8″ base card. Score and fold in half the front of the base card and attach the piece of card that has been cut down to make an easel card.
Using the Dries Clear Glue, highlight some of the Poinsettias from the 8×8” Christmas Paper pad, cover with glue and sprinkle with the Sparkelicious Glitter in ‘Happy Holly’.
Then, run the Chisel Tip Glue pen along each of the four edges and again, cover with the Happy Holly Days Sparkelicious. Then mat and layer onto the top of the card.
Once again, using the Chisel Tip Glue Pen, gently drag the pen along the four edges of a piece of white card and dust with the Happy Holly Days Sparkelicious Glitter. Secure into place at an angle with double-sided foam pads.
Mat and layer on top of the white card, a piece of slightly smaller patterned paper, from the 12 x 12 Christmas Pad. Coat the inside lines of the patterned paper with glitter with the Sparkelicious Glitter in Princess.
Die-cut the embossing folder and glitter the raised parts with Grasshopper for the holly leaves, Radiant for the flourishes, Princess for the snowdrops and Happy Holly Days for the poinsettia.
Mat and layer onto red mirror card and attach with double-sided foam pads.
Die-cut extra poinsettias, holly leaves and flourishes using the elements, glitter and then attach into place.
For the inside of the card glitter a piece of white card with the Happy Holly Days Sparkelicious and layer on top a piece of the Christmas striped card, using the Princess Sparkelicious glitter the lines.
Die-cut the Merry Christmas 5 or 6 times and glue together, cover the top one with glue and sprinkle the Chilli Pepper coloured Sparkelicious Glitter all over. When dry glue into place.
There you have it, a beautiful Red & White Easel Christmas Card. Did you like this Poinsettia Easel project? Have you tried making this Poinsettia Easel Christmas Card? Make sure you share your finished project in the Stamps by Chloe Facebook Group – We’d love to see it! You can find more Christmas Card Projects right here on the blog!