12 Projects of Christmas Day 7 - Winter Wishes Cardmaking Project

 

I hope you've enjoyed this beautiful Christmas card tutorial - I can't wait to see all of your beautiful creations 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
 It's doesn't matter whether you're just new to crafting and card making or you're a professional crafter at heart, today's free card-making tutorial from us at Chloes Creative Cards is the perfect way to occupy you during a cold Winter's day!

Today's step-by-step Christmas card tutorial will see you create a quick and easy...but beautiful card to send to your loved ones this festive period. 
By layering our luxury pearl card and die cutting our stunning new Snowflake Border Die, you'll have the basics of this card completed in no time at all. We've chosen to stamp our Snowflake Tree from some reflective silver mirror card, but feel free to swap out the colours to suit what you have at home.
I can't wait to see what beautiful cards you make at home using this quick and easy tutorial!
Chloe x

You will need: 

 

Our free Winter Wishes card making tutorial shows you step-by-step how to make this gorgeous silver mirror card Christmas Tree stamp featuring lovely lilac and white card layers with glitter snowflake details

Instructions: 

    • Take an 8" x 8" card blank and cut 6” off one side of the card. Trim the other piece to 2” strips. Trim a piece of heavyweight acetate to 8” and affix to the back of the trimmed piece. Affix one of the 2” strips to the back to hide the acetate. Repeat at the bottom of the card sticking one piece to the front and one to the back.
    • Die cut two pieces of silver mirror card to 2 3/4” by 7 3/4” and affix to the strips on the front of the card using dries clear glue. Cut two strips of Crystal White pearl card to 2 1/2” by 6 1/2”. Add Crystallina glitter to the edge using a glue pen. Add to the card using foam pads
    Our free Winter Wishes card making tutorial shows you step-by-step how to make this gorgeous silver mirror card Christmas Tree stamp featuring lovely lilac and white card layers with glitter snowflake details
    • Take a sheet of patterned paper and cut two strips to 6 1/4” by 2 1/4” and affix to the card using foam pads. Use the remaining paper on the inside the card in the centre, affix using dries clear glue. 
    • Die cut two Snowflake Borders from Crystal White pearl card, trim to fit and affix to the card using dries clear glue. Add a crystal to the centre of each snowflake. 
    Our free Winter Wishes card making tutorial shows you step-by-step how to make this gorgeous silver mirror card Christmas Tree stamp featuring lovely lilac and white card layers with glitter snowflake details
      Our free Winter Wishes card making tutorial shows you step-by-step how to make this gorgeous silver mirror card Christmas Tree stamp featuring lovely lilac and white card layers with glitter snowflake details
      • Die cut the Snowflake Tree from silver mirror card. Add to the centre of the oval using 3D glue gel. Add a crystal to the centre of each snowflake. 
      • Add a few dots of glue on the acetate around the ovals and add on some small crystals. 
        Our free Winter Wishes card making tutorial shows you step-by-step how to make this gorgeous silver mirror card Christmas Tree stamp featuring lovely lilac and white card layers with glitter snowflake details
        Our free Winter Wishes card making tutorial shows you step-by-step how to make this gorgeous silver mirror card Christmas Tree stamp featuring lovely lilac and white card layers with glitter snowflake details

         

        I hope you've enjoyed this lovely lilac Christmas card tutorial - I can't wait to see all of your amazing creations 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




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