Today’s video shows how I made a card similar to the poinsettia wreath card I shared last week. I had fully intended the card to be the same but I wanted to use a different green. I used Call Me Clover for the first card. Unfortunately, I didn’t have a ribbon in Granny Apple Green. I decided to use just the red ribbon on its own, but then I adhered the two layers to the card base before adhering the ribbon! I used some Granny Apple Green Cardstock instead! Grrr! Never mind! Onwards and upwards!
The main reason for making the video was to show how I used two masks, and how I used four masks. If you have the patience to cut four Post-it masks, and you’re making more than one card, this is the easiest way for this technique. However, If you’re only planning one card, two masks are ample. I love the Snowflake Trinkets I have used on this card, but I like to enhance it by adding one of our large Rhinestones in the centre to cover the smaller one that’s already there! In the video I stamped, coloured, and fussy cut two robins – one for the front and one for inside. I could have stamped the second robin directly onto the Whisper White CS layer. I preferred to do an individual robin, even though it meant fussy-cutting, because if I messed it up, I’d only be wasting a small scrap of cardstock!
That’s all I have for today. I’m about to get myself off to church to see the children present their Nativity! I wish you a very blessed Sunday, and I look forward to being back with you tomorrow. In the meantime, happy crafting.
Bonjour, Merci pour cette vidéo et ce tuto, des fleurs cachées
Pour faire les couronnes, nous utilisons un hexagone creux , ce qui permet de faire une couronne facilement avec le stamparatus.