Good evening y’all,
Today I am going to create a cool easy fun conesetta card using Maymay’s new stamp set Fond Noel. So come on in and enjoy the creativity.
First thing I did was cut down some 110 lb red cardstock to an A2 size card, and I also cut down two mats with some 80lb Neenah solar white cardstock.
For the inside of the card I went ahead and put down a few strips of think Christmas washi tape along the bottom of the card mat. I then took the sentiment FA LA LA LA LA from the fond noel stamp set and stamped it out using my Tim Holtz stamp platform with some distress lucky clover oxide ink.
For the front of the card I used a small piece of gold glitter cricut paper and adhered it down with some art glitter glue. I then took some more thin Christmas washi down the left side of the white card mat. Next I used a pierced oval die and cut it out on some red cardstock. Then I took the sentiment deck the halls with boughs of holly and stamped it out onto the red oval die cut using some versamark ink. I then heat embossed it with some gold embossing powder.
I then stamped out the large pinecone a few times on some full adhesive backed sticky notes and cut them out to do some masking. I then used some crimson red versafine ink and began to stamp the pine cone on some cardstock. I then masked that one off and stamped the next one repeating until the conesetta was complete.
Once completed I used some spectrum noir markers and colored in the pine cones to mimic a poinsettia. I then put some clear spectrum sparkle over the top of it. Next I took some of the pine fronds and stamped a few out with some lucky clover distress oxide ink. Lastly I put some yellow enamel accents on the conesetta flower and then popped it up with some foam squares.
This completes our card for today and I thank you all for joining me today and and a wonderful weekend as well.
110lb red cardstock
80 lb Neenah solar white cardstock
Distress oxide ink
Gold embossing powder
Fond Noel Stamp Set
Gold glitter paper
Tim Holtz stamp platform
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