Christmas Lights: Case #5

Christmas Lights always make me feel happy-especially colored Christmas Lights.  I used the Making Christmas Bright Bundle which comes with a Punch,  Use your favorite Christmas Lights colors for your version of this card.  This card does take a little time.

I CASED this from the 2018 Holiday Catalog on Page 6.  (CASE=Copy And Share Everything)  You will notice that I changed a few things.

CASE Challenge #5

Christmas Lights Card

SUPPLIES:
Bundle #149947  Making Christmas Bright Photopolymer stamp set + Christmas Bulb Builder Punch
Stamps:  Christmas Pines  Photopolymer #142049
Inks:  Shaded Spruce
Call Me Clover
Real Red
Pacific Point
Cardstock:  Whisper White
Real Red
Smoky Slate
Adhesives:  Mini Stampin’ Dimensionals
Tombow Glue or Glue Dots
SNAIL

INSTRUCTIONS:
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″.
3.  Stamp your Pine Branches all over the card front with Call Me Clover ink.  I stamped the corners first then stamped some partial branches in the white spots.
4.  Light Bulbs.
Stamp your Light Bulbs
~Real Red ink for the Light Bulbs with words
~3-4 Shaded Spruce Light Bulbs
~3-4 Pacific Point Light Bulbs
~Punch out the Light Bulbs.
~Punch the Light Bulb topper (Small part of Punch) from a 1/2″ strip of Smoky Slate.
~Attach the Light Bulb Toppers to the Light Bulbs with either Tombow Glue or a Glue Dot.
~Put two Mini Stampin’ Dimensionals on the back of each Light Bulb.
~Lay out the Light Bulbs on your card front branches.  Attach.
5.  Attach your completed card front to your Real Red card base.
Your Card is finished.
6.  Optional Envelope:  Stamp either Branches or Light Bulbs on your envelope flap.

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