Sparkling Gold Winter Flower Cardmaking Project by Glynis Bakewell

I am loving mixing gold and silver on projects and this one from Glynis is absolutely stunning! The geometric circle die works so well with the new Winter Flower Stamps and Dies!

 

How to make it -

  1.  Using the Ex Large Plain Square Die Set cut the gold mirror card using die numbers two and seven, die cut two different pieces of paper from the Luxury Christmas Paper Pad using die number three and eight, glitter the sides of the patterned paper with Gold Rush Sparkelicious and mat and layer them onto the appropriate gold mirror die cut.
  2. Attach the bottom one onto the base card using double sided tape and the next one with foam pads. Using the Geometric Circle die the outer rim in gold mirror card, cover a piece of white card with the Double Sided Sticky sheet and die cut with the small circle die, peel away the top and cover with Gold Rush Sparkelicious and attach to the gold circle.
  3. Using the two inner dies from the set die cut in white to give you the geometric pattern and glue into place onto the top of the glittered piece, secure into place on the base card with foam pads.
  4. Using the Christmas Phrases die cut the outer die in white card and the Merry Christmas using the Double Sided Sticky sheet onto white card and cover with Dulce de Leche Sparkelicious, attach both together and secure in place with foam pads.
  5. Stamp, heat emboss and die cut the Winter Flower on white card using WOW Metallic Gold Embossing Powder, glitter with Dulce de Leche and Put on your Dancing Shoes Sparkelicious and assemble together when dry.
  6. Stamp, heat emboss and die cut the Sprigs and Twigs in WOW Metallic Silver Embossing Powder and glitter with Gold Rush and Starlit Sky Sparkelicious when dry assemble onto the base card with Pinflair, cover the pearls with Gold Rush Sparkelicious and secure into the middle of the Winter Flower.

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