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Easy Sparkling Holiday Card with Holiday 2016 Collection & Mini Shaker Video Tutorial

Hello everyone, this is Yana Smakula sharing another cardmaking video tutorial.

Christmastime is my favorite time of the year and so are Christmas cards. I always like to start early on my Holiday cardmaking to make sure I have enough cards to send to family and friends and also to donate.

For my today’s video tutorial I used several dies from Holiday 2016 collection and paired them with older Spellbinders dies. This is something I love doing! I rarely go with just one die set when I am making a card as I really like to mix and match elements from various sets on my projects.

Today I’m working with stunning Vintage Ornaments (and turning an ornament into a mini shaker), holly leaves from the Peppermint Stick set and a few other sets, a full list is below.

Aside from the usual die cutting, I am also using an expandable pattern die to emboss a background for this card. This is a great way to stretch the use of your dies and turn a large die into an embossing plate!

Spellbinders supplies:

S2-231 Die D-Lites Holiday Peppermint Stick Etched Dies

S4-114 Nestabilities Standard Circles LG Etched Dies

S4-490 Nestabilities Triple Tear Etched Dies

S4-602 Shapeabilities Holiday Vintage Ornaments Etched Dies

S5-164 Shapeabilities Grateful Lattice Etched Dies

S5-201 A2 Curved Borders Two Card Creator Etched Dies

PL-001 Platinum Die Cutting and Embossing machine

T-001 Tool ‘N One

Other supplies:

White, gray, blue, green cardstock; Clear acetate; Clear beads; Foam adhesive, Tape runner; Clear Stamp (Hero Arts – Christmas Messages); White embossing powder; Clear embossing ink; Heat tool; Red enamel dots; Bakers twine; Clear sequins; glue.

Learn how you can make this project below.

Thank you so much for stopping by today, have fun die cutting!

Hi! I'm Yana Smakula (pronounced Sma-coo-la)! I love all things handmade. My passion is cardmaking featuring some fun and simple die-cutting and stamping techniques!

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