12 Projects of Christmas Day 2 - Santa’s flight Cardmaking Project

 

Create a starry sky delight with our new scalloped star background stamp from Chloes Creative Cards. This quick and easy to use stamp is perfect for setting the scene for Santa and his sleigh this Christmas time.
It's nearly time - Santa Claus is officially dusting off his sleigh ready for the Christmas period ahead. In fact, he's much like ourselves as crafters...dusting off our craft boxes ready for the busy craft season ahead.
So what better way to start than by rolling up your sleeves and creating this stunning starry sky card. This white and silver sparkling card features our new Santas Sleigh stamp and our Scalloped Star Background Metal Die Set - a must this Christmas!

You will need: 

Create a starry sky delight with our new scalloped star background stamp from Chloes Creative Cards. This quick and easy to use stamp is perfect for setting the scene for Santa and his sleigh this Christmas time.

Instructions: 

      1. Cut a piece of Crystal White Pearl Card to 6 3/4” square and affix to the card blank using foam pads. Cut a piece of White Christmas Foiled Paper to 6 1/2” square and glue to the card using dries clear glue. Run the fine tip of the glue around the edge of the piece and cover in Icicle Sparkle sparkelicious glitter
        Create a starry sky delight with our new scalloped star background stamp from Chloes Creative Cards. This quick and easy to use stamp is perfect for setting the scene for Santa and his sleigh this Christmas time.
      2. Die cut the largest scalloped shape from Crystal White Pearl Card. Die cut the square shape from silver mirror card and affix to the scalloped piece using dries clear glue. Cut a piece of Double Sided Adhesive Sheet to slightly smaller than the square and stick to the silver mirror card. Peel off the other side of the Adhesive Sheet and buff in some Sparkler sparkelicious glitter.
      3. Using the smallest scalloped square and the star background die cut from Crystal White Pearl Card. Affix using foam pads
        Create a starry sky delight with our new scalloped star background stamp from Chloes Creative Cards. This quick and easy to use stamp is perfect for setting the scene for Santa and his sleigh this Christmas time.
      4. Tear a strip of white vellum. Stamp one of the Christmas Verses into the centre and heat emboss using Silver Dollar WOW powder. Wrap the vellum around the scalloped piece and attach the whole thing to the card using foam pads
        Create a starry sky delight with our new scalloped star background stamp from Chloes Creative Cards. This quick and easy to use stamp is perfect for setting the scene for Santa and his sleigh this Christmas time.
      5. Stamp out the Santa's Sleigh stamp onto Crystal White Pearl Card and heat emboss using Metallic Silver Superfine WOW powder. Fussy cut around. Curve the image using your fingers and attach to the card using foam pads. Add a few crystals to the reindeers noses and Santa's hat. Apply some Diamante Sparkle sparkelicious glitter to the tracks of the sleigh
        Create a starry sky delight with our new scalloped star background stamp from Chloes Creative Cards. This quick and easy to use stamp is perfect for setting the scene for Santa and his sleigh this Christmas time.
      6. Tie a triple bow and add to the bottom corner of the card using 3D glue gel. Add a pearl to the centre of the bow.
      7. Add three pearls to each of the corners of the card using dries clear glue. 
Create a starry sky delight with our new scalloped star background stamp from Chloes Creative Cards. This quick and easy to use stamp is perfect for setting the scene for Santa and his sleigh this Christmas time.
I hope you've enjoyed this pretty starry sky Christmas card - I can't wait to see all of your beautiful creations using our new products so remember to share them on our Facebook and Instagram pages and follow us to keep up to date with all the latest news and collections. Chloe x

1 comment


  • Mrs m eglinton

    This is a beautiful card and will make but unfortunately it will be next year sadly.


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