Look of Vintage Santa Card

Look of Vintage Santa Card

Save money and make a huge impression by making a Look of Vintage Santa Card from Michele Kovack. If you're searching for Christmas cards to make at home, this is a great project to try. Die cut and emboss cardstock to create a card that grandma would love.


 

Materials:

  • E-Bosser
  • Cuttlebug Embossing folder
  • Spellbinder's scallop and circle dies
  • Papertrey Ink Doily die
  • Provo Craft's Poinsettia die
  • Cardstock: Papertrey Ink (cream, green, kraft, pink)
  • Designer paper: Stampin Up! (book paper) Crafty Secrets (green designer paper)
  • Seam Binding: Schiff
  • Twine: Michaels
  • Ink: Memento
  • Glitter: Martha Stewart
  • Pearls: Martha Stewart
  • Santa image: Crafty Secret's Christmas Digital CD

Instructions:

  1. Emboss background using cream cardstock and Cuttlebug embossing folder.
     
  2. Ink edges.  Adhere to kraft card.
     
  3. Cut strip of designer paper and adhere to center of card vertically.
     
  4. Use Papertrey Ink doily die with white cardstock and run through E-bosser.  Ink edges.
     
  5. Adhere to center of card using dimensional foam circles.
     
  6. Use Spellbinder's scalloped die with green paper.  Run through E-bosser.
     
  7. Adhere to center of doily suing dimensional foam circles.
     
  8. Use Spellbinder's circle die and cream cardstock.  Run through E-bosser.
     
  9. Ink edges and adhere to scalloped circle using dimensional foam circles.
     
  10. Run Crafty Secret's image through E-bosser and a Spellbinder's circle die.
     
  11. Adhere to card using dimensional foam circles.
     
  12. Use Provo Craft's poinsettia die, green and pink cardstock, book paper and run through E-bosser.
     
  13. Assemble flower.  Spray with adhesive and sprinkle with glitter.  Add pearls to center.
     
  14. Tie seam binding and twine into a bow. 
     
  15. Glue bow and poinsettia to card.

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