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  • Writer's pictureBonnie Crane

Spellbinder’s Classic Christmas Collection featuring Vintage Ornaments

Hello everyone! Isn't this new 3D embossing folder by Spellbinders, Vintage Ornaments, gorgeous?! This is a super EASY card done up in festive colours! It doesn't quite fit the bill for 'quick and easy' but only because the ink blended background needs to dry completely before the embossing powder highlights can be added. However, if you have many Christmas cards to make, this would be a great design for mass producing!

  • Bristol Smooth Card Stock was cut to 4 1/4" by 5 1/2", A2 size.

  • It was ink blended using blender brushes with Pawsitively Saturated Inks; Iris, Cherry and Sunbeam.

  • The panel was embossed with Vintage Ornaments 3D Embossing Folder.

  • I left the panel overnight to dry completely and tested its dryness by putting a small amount of embossing powder on it and tapping the panel to see if it knocks off cleanly.

  • The panel was LIGHTLY tapped with Versamark ink catching the high points of the design. It does not take any pressure to add this ink!

  • The panel was coated with gold embossing powder and the excess knocked off. The heat tool was allowed to come to full temperature so the powder would melt quickly minimizing warping.

  • The embossed panel was adhered to an A2 sized, top folding card base.

  • The sentiment from Christmas Florals and Sentiments Die Set was cut from both mirror gold card stock and black sheet foam. The sentiment was stacked and adhered to the card. Easy Peasy!


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