Tis the Season

Hello and welcome to my blog; I hope that you are having a wonderful day!  I am going to share with you the card that I did last night during my Facebook Live.  I have a weekly Facebook Live mini Class every Wednesday night at 8 pm CST.  I also share that project and and tutorial the next day here and on my YouTube Channel.  Last night I used products from the Night Before Christmas Suite in the 2019 Holiday Catalog.  Here's a look at my card.


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I created this card with some scraps from my stash.  Well the designer series paper and the stamped and die cut images are from scraps any way.  I used my layering circle dies and my 2 1/4" punch to cut out punch the circles.  You can pick any of the designer series paper from the Night Before Christmas Designer Series Paper 6 x 6 paper to create this card.  Any of the designs in this pack of DSP will work for this card.  The background piece of cardstock in Old Olive and I embossed it with the Winter Knit 3d embossing folder, before attaching it to the Very Vanilla Card base.  
Once I had the embossed background and the circles attached to the card base; I then stamped the little poinsettia image from Cup of Christmas and colored it with my Real Red light and dark stampin blends and the Flirty Flamingo Dark blend dark mango melody stampin' blend.  I ran it through my die cutting machine with the matching embossing folder and attached it with a Stampin' Dimensionals.  The Cup of Christmas set isn't part of this suite of products but I am featuring both of these sets in two of my online Classes this month.  If you are interested in either of these classes you can email me and I will send you the registration link.  If you want to take both of these classes at the same time please mention that in the email because you will save on shipping costs.  
Once the poinsettia was colored and cut out and attached to the card front.  I worked on the sentiment for my card; I took a scrap of Very Vanilla cardstock and colored it with the Flirty Flamingo dark, Real Red light and dark blends and blended the colors together to make an ombre' look and then used the Tis the Season die and cut it out on my die cutting machine.  After all that I attached it to the card front with a little liquid glue.  To finish off the card I added  a few Red Rhinestones to the front of the card.  

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Thanks for dropping by today, and I hope that you have enjoyed this little tutorial on how I made my Tis the Season Card.  I will see you again tomorrow with a new project.  
Happy Stampin' 
Rick Adkins 

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