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December class projects

Hi everyone! These are the projects we made at my December class by post.

The first card is a pretty snowflakes card, made using the so many snowflakes dies. A base card of blushing bride, then a layer of white, measuring 3⅜x5″. I cut the big snowflake, then embossed with the wintry 3d snowflake folder. I used the metallic mesh ribbon to add some sparkle, then put a line of tear and tape. I used the blushing bride ribbon, and made some little loops, sticking it down along the tape. If you’d like to watch my video tutorial it’s available Here

The next card is a Christmas trees card. I used the Whimsical Trees stamp set, and stamped the tree in grey onto my layer of white 3⅜x5″. I then did some splatters using my black stampin’site marker. Then I used the little trees from the dies, in soft seafoam, and silver glimmer. The DSP is absolutely beautiful, and I used one of the Christmas trees and fussy-cut it out, then popped it up on dimensionals. The sentiment I stamped using soft succulent on white, then adhered onto a coordinating piece of cardstock. I popped it up on dimensionals half way along, then glued the other side onto my already-popped-up tree. I finished using a few rhinestones.

The final project was a little gift box, ideal for four tealights! Start with a piece of cardstock 7¾x5¼”. Score the long side ¾and 7″. Score the shorter side ¾, 2¼, 3, 4½”. You can watch my tutorial here I decorated with a piece of peaceful place dsp, 6×1⅜”, and some ribbon. I used the cherry cobbler and gold ribbon, and the black and white buffalo check ribbon.

I hope you enjoy these projects, you can purchase any of the products I used to create these, just head to my online store

Thanks for stopping by! Love Jane x

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