Hi everyone, it’s Cheryl with you today. I’m sharing this incredibly simple card that you can whip up quickly, yet still has the WOW factor.
It could be for individual cards, yet it’s simple enough to use for mass producing your Christmas cards. Using both the patterned paper packs listed below, you would end up with a beautiful variety of cards.
I began by making my card base. I used Raincoat cardstock but you can use any colour that matches the image. I then matted it up using Copper Glitter Paper, leaving a small margin all the way around, then added that to a yellow card base. You could just as easily use gold, but I’d run out. I was pleasantly surprised at how much I liked the copper with the image I chose.
The image I picked came from the Winter Dazzle Patterned Papers pack. I cut the panel down to 13.5 cm in height, then cut each panel 3cm wide, cutting them consecutively. I began by laying down the centre piece, then spaced the other two pieces accordingly. Don’t forget to keep them in the correct order for the image.
Once they were glued down, and evenly spaced, I took one of the greetings from the Spirit Melodies pack, and cut it down as it covered up too much of the image for my liking. I then layered that up on the Copper Glitter Paper, and used Foam Rectangles to give it some dimension.
That’s it – all done.
Complete List of Products Used:
CO728564 – Paper Pack – Winter Dazzle – 6x6in – 250gsm Single Sided (24 sheets/12 Designs x 2)
CO728562 – Paper Pack – Spirit Melodies – 6x6in – 250gsm Single Sided (24 sheets/12 Designs x 2)
CO727172 – Copper Glitter Card – A4 (10 sheets)
ULT200050 – Cardstock – 12×12 – Raincoat
CO726325 – Couture Creations Quick Dry Adhesive
CO728287 – Adhesive Foam Rectangles
C0726343 – Couture Creations Mini Guillotine
Thanks for stopping by today. I hope you enjoyed my creations!