Vintage Christmas Card With Multiple Layers – Video Tutorial

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

The card I have created for this blog post is one that steps out of my comfort zone in terms of size. I usually like to create A2 cards or 5×7″ cards but this one is even bigger than that – 8 1/4 by 5 1/2 inches.

This is a heavily layered project, I used a few extra dies to create additional layers and add some dimension.

The main gold die cut frame was altered slightly, I cut the poinsettia images off using scissors and covered the cut lines with another altered die cut.

I used circle dies from two different sets to create a place holder for my sentiment, Christmas Blessings, and I also added additional die cut pieces such as holly leaves to dress up this card.

Spellbinders supplies:

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

S4-114 Nestabilities Standard Circles LG Etched Dies

S6-102 Shapeabilities Stacey Caron Holiday Christmas Dove Frame Etched Dies

SCD-009 Nestabilities Celebrations Pierced Circles Etched Dies

PE-100 Platinum 6 Die Cutting And Embossing Machine – 6″ Platform

T-001 Tool ‘N One

Other supplies: Brown and Gold Foil cardstock; Pattered Paper (First Edition – Jingle All The Way 8×8 Paper Pad); Clear Stamp (WPlus9 – Christmas Greetings); Ribbon; Clear Embossing Ink; Gold Embossing Powder (Hero Arts); Foam Adhesive; Tape Runner; Hot Glue Gun; Heat Tool; Sewing Machine.

Learn how you can make this project below:

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

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1 Comment

  1. Just beautiful I love your cards they are inspiring where do you obtain your gold card stock? Love love love

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