Today’s share is another project using the Sleigh Ride Edgelit Dies. I have to tell you these little guys are so versatile and while they look complicated when you layer them together, they are very simple to cut and once layered achieve amazing results. Another nice project would be to make a set of place-cards to use on your own table or to give as a hostess gift.
For this card I started with an 11″ x 4-1/4″ piece of Whisper White Card Stock scored at 5-1/2″ and 8-1/4″ FYI: *In the card-making world, one score at 5-1/2″ on an 11″ x 4-1/4″ piece is normally called a “hot dog bun fold”.
On one half of the Whisper White Card Stock I placed the village die from the Sleigh Ride Edgelits and ran it through the BIG Shot.
On the other half I placed the sleigh edgelit and once again ran it through the BIG Shot.
Next I cut the tree edgelit out of a piece of Garden Green that measured 2-3/4″ x 3″. This Garden Green tree die xut was adhered to the middle panel of Whisper White, so it showed from the front.
Then I folded the card at the 8-1/4″ line back and adhere it to the front panel, so the sleigh was on the front.
The Whisper White was adhered to a 5-1/2″ x 4-14″ piece of Night Of Navy Card Stock. With a White Gel Pen tiny dots were added to the background as snowflakes on.
The “Christmas Wishes” message is from the Cozy Christmas Stamp Set. Night of Navy Ink was used and stamped on a piece of Whisper White Card Stock, It was cut out with the Lots of Labels Framelits and the BIG Shot. One lager label in Night of Navy was cut and the two labels were adhered together.
Multi-Purpose Glue was placed on half of the label and affixed to the left hand flap of the card. Then it was embellished with Dazzling Diamonds and Iced Rhinestones.
You still have time to make any of the projects I’m featuring this week. You might want to look for 2016 Tiny Calendar Pads to make my 2016 Clipboard Calendar, which we really made last year, but I never got to post it. I up-dated it using 2016 calendars and will post the calendars for twelve consecutive days beginning Christmas Eve through January 6, 2016.
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Here’s hoping you make what you love, and love what you make!
Embrace the day,