Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Stocking Die Christmas card

Here is another card we will be making at my Christmas card SAS on Nov 14th.  It features the Holiday Stocking Die  from the Holiday mini catalog, as well as the Mocha Morning Specialty DSP AND the Northern Frost Decorative Strip die for all those fantastic, glittery snowflakes -- cut from the silver glitter paper.  The snow flakes are a tiny bit tedious to extract from the die cut because you have to poke out all the little "bits", but the results are well worth the effort!  When cutting the stocking, lay the fold of your cardstock just under the top edge of the stocking so your card will fold at the top.  I then attached the top and heal and toe to the front of the card, and an additional cream stocking to the inside.  I embossed the front panel with the Vintage Wallpaper embossing folder for that elegant touch.
Such a simple card, really, but I love the way it turned out!
Card stock: cherry Cobbler, Very Vanilla, silver glitter, Mocha Morning DSP
Ink: Cherry Cobbler
Stamps: Snow Swirled
Accessories: vintage wallpaper embossing folder, Holiday stocking die, Wide oval and scallop oval punch, Northern Frost decorative strip die

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