This is definitely the final card I’ll be making using the fussy cut images from the Peace This Christmas Stamp Set that I did a couple of weeks ago!
All I have
left now is one fircone in Soft Suede and one in Early Espresso – no branches and no berries! LOL!
I wondered what it would look like if the collar was folded the other way, and this is the answer!
To create a collar fold
card, you have to cut the Designer Series Paper (DSP) layer halfway down and in
towards the centre about halfway.
Then the cut points are folded back like a
Instead of doing it this
way, I marked halfway down the portrait side on the right-hand side, and also
marked halfway across the top and the bottom.
I knew this would leave me
two Whisper White Cardstock (CS) corners where I’d be able to adhere a pine
branch with a pinecone and some berries.
I just couldn’t picture in my mind’s
eye what the centre point and the Cherry Cobbler folded back triangles would look like!
I started my card with a
Whisper White CS base, with a layer of Mint Macaroon CS and a top layer of
Whisper White CS.
I took a piece of the Presents
& Pinecones DSP, which measured the same as the top
Whisper White layer, and scored and folded as described above.
When I’d folded
the two corners back, anchoring them with a Glue Dot, I applied Tombow and adhered the DSP to the card base.
I chose the sentiment from
the Wonder of Christmas Stamp Set and stamped it onto a piece of Whisper White CS
using Mint Macaroon Ink.
Using the third largest square die from the Stitched
Shapes Framelits dies, I die cut the sentiment and adhered it to a piece of Mint Macaroon I’d die cut using
one of the scalloped Layering Squares Framelits Dies.
I applied Dimensionals on the
back of the sentiment and positioned it on the card base so that the straight
top edge went from corner to corner on the folded DSP.
counteract this, I used Tombow and glued one branch, one pinecone and one bunch
of berries into each corner.
I was really pleased with the effect but I then
felt the top was lacking something!
For my final touch, I added three very
fine strips of the Cherry Cobbler DSP and glued them
across the top.
It’s something a bit different and I’m happy with the result!
That’s about it for today.
Until tomorrow, happy crafting.