Tuesday 26 November 2019

Deck the Halls Christmas card with Christmas Gleaming

Hi everyone,

I'm back today with yet another Christmas card - this time using the Christmas Gleaming stamp set - or at least one stamp from that set. I made       this version of the card several weeks ago.

Brightly Gleaming Stampin Up

I used one of the papers from the Brightly Gleaming pack. Sadly this pack has been such a big hit that it is now no longer available. So in the video I made this version, using instead one of the Noble Peacock foiled papers.

Christmas Gleaming Stampin' Up!

Here are the measurements you'll need:

Card blank - 21cm x 14.8cm (half an A4 sheet), score at 10.5cm
Very Vanilla panel - 14.5cm x 10cm
DSP panel - 14cm x 9.5cm

Card blank - 8 1/4 ins x 6 ins, score at 4 1/8 ins
Very Vanilla panel - 5 3/4" x 3 7/8"
DSP panel - 5 1/2" x 3 5/8"

Here are some photos showing off the foiled paper better.

Noble Peacock Stampin" Up!

Brightly Gleaming Stampin' Up!

Would you like to see how I made the card? Here is the video tutorial - just CLICK HERE or on the image below.

As you'll see in the video I also decorated inside the card. Forgot to take a photo of that though! Ooops!

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1 comment:

  1. Thank you for the beautiful picture and the measurements!!! Sure helps when you want to make the card six months from now!