This fun Christmas card uses the Northern Flurry Embossing Folder and some Christmas stamps. You could change the stamps to make a Birthday card or card for any occasion.
Stamps: Sassy Salutations wood #132070 clear #126707 MDS #130860
Christmas Bliss Photopolymer #138897
Ink: Soft Sky
Card Stock: Whisper White
Big Shot: Northern Flurry Embossing Folder #120902
Sponge wedge or Sponge Dauber
1. Cut your Real Red card base at 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″. Score and fold at 4-1/4″.
2. Cut your Whisper White card front at 4″ x 5-1/4″. Run through your Big Shot with the Northern Flurry embossing folder. Lightly sponge the raised snowflakes with Soft Sky ink.
3. Stamp your sentiments and image in Real Red ink.
4. Admire your fun card! Now, change the colors or stamps for a new look!
Happy Card Making!
Winter weather is here and time to get out our Winter Boots in most parts of the country! I made this card for my daughter’s birthday which was just before Thanksgiving. She loves her boots! Enjoy making this card!
Stamps: Bootiful Occasions w#131967 c#126597
Card Stock: Real Red
Ink: StayzOn Black
White Stampin’ Chalk Marker #132133 or Whisper White
Big Shot: Deco Label Framelits #130102
Northern Flurry Embossing Folder #120902
Other: Paper Snips or Scissors
1. Cut your Real Red card base at 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″. Score and fold at 4-1/4″. Cut your card front from Real Red card stock at 4-1/4″ x 5-1/2″.
2. Run your card front through your Big Shot using the Northern Flurry embossing folder. Color your Snowflakes white using your Chalk Marker OR a sponge dauber with Whisper White ink. Adhere your card front to your card base.
3. Stamp your Winter Boot twice on Real Red card stock. Color the fur with your Chalk Marker. Cut out both boots with your paper snips.
4. Choose the Deco Label size that your boots fit in nicely and cut it our of Whisper White card stock. Place your boots in the desired position and adhere the top boot to the lower boot with Dimensionals. Use SNAIL Adhesive to attach the bottom boot to the Deco Label Framelit die cut. Adhere Deco Label to card front with Dimensionals.
5. You can also emboss some Snowflakes on your envelope flap to coordinate with your card.
Happy Winter Stamping!
Here is one more Christmas Stocking. I just love making these!
Stamps: Bells & Boughs page 43 w#120831 c#121142
Card Stock: Cherry Cobbler
Red Glimmer paper
Ink: Cherry Cobbler
Big Shot: Holiday Stocking Bigz L Die (*Holiday Mini) page 24 #124098
Stocking Accents Original Die *page 24 #124099
Textured Impressions Embossing Folders:
Snow Burst *page 33 #124096
Petals-a-Plenty page 219 #116824
Northern Flurry page 219 #120902
Punches: Decorative Label page 209 #120907
Itty Bitty Shapes-circle page 210 #118309
Other: Mini Jingle Bells *page 30 #124116
Crystal Effects page 206 #101055
Tombow Multipurpose Liquid glue page 206 #110755
1. Cut 2 Cherry Cobbler stockings out using Big Shot and Holiday Stocking die. Cut 2 each from Whisper White card stock: toes, heels, top cuffs. Cut 2 Garden Green Holly Leaves using Stocking Accents die. You can cut out the Red Glimmer paper Holly Berries with the die or the punch.
2. (NOTE: When embossing stocking and parts, make sure you have them face different directions in the folder so the back and front will both be embossed, instead of one having the embossing facing the inside-unless that is the look you are going for.) Emboss the Cherry Cobbler Stockings with the Petals-a-Plenty embossing folder. Emboss the Heels and Toes with the Snow Burst folder. Emboss the Top Cuffs with the Northern Flurries folder placing the cuff so the desired part of the design is in the place you want it.
3. Glue stockings together leaving the part open where you would put your foot-hee hee. Glue Heels and Toes on. Glue Top Cuffs on doing front one first, gluing the bottom of the cuff to the top of the stocking. Turn over and put glue on the top part of the stocking and the sides of the cuffs. (Remember we do want to have it open at the top to fill with goodies!) Glue Holly Leaves and Berries to Stocking Cuff.
4. Stamp “Merry Christmas” on Whisper White card stock. Center words in punch and punch. Place punched label on sticky part of post-it-note. Hold inside punch and punch label close to top of words. Put on another post-it-note and this time punch close to bottom of words. Adhere to stocking with Dimensionals.
5. Adhere Mini Jingle Bells to stocking using a dot of Crystal Effects for each bell. Allow to dry 30-60 minutes before shaking to hear the bells jingle.
My Guest Stamper for today is my daughter-in-law Kristi! She made this wonderful stocking and said I could share it with you.
Stamps: Festive & Fun Holiday Mini page 38 w#123742 c#123744
Bells & Boughs page 43 w#120831 c#121142
Card Stock: Cherry Cobbler
Inks & Markers: Cherry Cobbler
Big Shot: Holiday Stocking Bigz L Die Holiday Mini page 24 #124098
Northern Flurry Textured Impressions Embossing Folder page 218 #120092
1. With Big Shot and Holiday Stocking die. Cut 2 Stockings from Cherry Cobbler card stock. Cut 2 each- top, toe, and heel pieces from Whisper White card stock.
2. Emboss Stocking pieces with Northern Flurry embossing folder making sure to have them face different directions when placing in embossing folder before embossing. One will be the back and one will be the front.
3. Run a line of Tombow glue around the sides and bottom of stocking leaving the top portion open so you can put something inside. Adhere both stocking pieces together.
4. Glue on heel and toe pieces to back and front of stocking.
5. Color “Jolly” stamp with markers as desired and stamp on stocking top over to one side.
6. Color desired stamp from Bells & Boughs set as desired and stamp on a scrap of Whisper White card stock. Cut out and glue to stocking.
7. Glue bottom of decorated top to top of stocking. Turn stocking over. Put glue on top of stocking and sides of top and glue back top part to stocking, making sure to leave the top so you can put something inside the stocking. You can also glue a ribbon or cord on at this stage if you want to hang the stocking.
8. Admire your festive stocking!
Thanks for sharing Kristi!