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Posted by Sarmin Lancaster on

Hey everyone! Hope your day is going great! Today I decided to try my hand on a little unconventional Christmas card. I hope you all will give this card a try!

Supplies Used
Neenah Textured Cardstock
Banner Day Stamp Set
Santas Key Stamp set
Versafine Onyx Black
Versafine Crimson Red
Fiskars Stamp Block Set
Misti
•White Cardstock
•Cuttlebug and Swiss Dots Folder
Nuvo Drops
Unibal Signo Gel Pen in Black
Marvy Heat Tool
Foam Squares

I began with a 4” by 5 1/4” mat cardstock. I ran a little over half of the cardstock through my cuttlebug to get the gorgeous swiss dots embossed into that cardstock. Then I used the ink dragging technique to the embossed part, making sure to cover the bottom. I used the Misti and Versafine Onyx Black ink to stamp the banners onto a separate cardstock. I then took the letters M, E, R and Y to spell out the word Merry in the Banner. I used a gold embossing powder to heat emboss that and followed it by fussy cutting the whole banner out. I used foam squares to attach that banner to the embossed part of my mat cardstock. I then took an additional cardstock, stamped the word Christmas and inked the edges all using the Crimson Red Versafine ink. I also took the circle banner and did 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th generation stamping. I mounted this onto the bottom portion using foam squares. I also LOVE using nuvo drops so decided to dress that up with some nuvo drops. I then mounted this entire mat piece into the Neenah Textured cardstock (which I love using as a base for my cards). There you have it! A simple, easy yet different Christmas card. I hope you enjoyed the tutorial. Until next time, have a beautiful week!


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