Friday 3 December 2021

Wishing You Holiday Cheer


Happy December everyone! DT Annalisa here sharing a card wishing you holiday cheer! To create this card, I used the Takeout Coffee Cup Dies and the Tiled Wall 6 x6" Stencil. This die set was made for me as I am such a huge fan of coffee so, during December, I will be sharing not one but three cards using this die set!

I started creating my background using my Beautiful Blender Brush to apply Hickory Smoke Distress Oxide ink to the tiled wall stencil on a white card stock panel that I die cut with a stitched die. I added what remained on the brush down in between the tiles so that the grout didn't look so stark white in comparison to the tiles. Next, I added some white pigment ink on top of a snowfall stencil using a blender brush. Once the ink was dry, I also applied some Wendy Vecchi embossing paste using a spatula. 

For the coffee cups and hearts on the cups, I used the Let it Shine patterned paper from Lawn Fawn - don't worry, I will be sharing two cards using the new T4T beautiful papers! For the cup sleeves, I die-cut some Neenah Desert Storm kraft card stock and added some Vintage Photo Distress Oxide to the sides using a blender brush. After die cutting the coffee cup lids out of white card stock, I glued them down to the coffee cup using liquid glue. I also glued down the cup sleeves and hearts.

I added double-sided foam tape to the back of the coffee cups and placed them down on top of the tiled panel. I then used one of the greetings from the Sentiment Cards - Winter Wonderland | Black, to which I added foam tape to adhere it to the panel.

I placed the coffee cup panel on top of some glitter card stock that I die cut using the A2 Layering dies. I placed these on top of an A2 card base to complete the card.

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