Gold Peace on Earth

Kia Ora Koutou

Welcome back to Inspiration Wednesday at Heartfelt Creations and today I have a golden card covered with gorgeous poinsettias and holly.  I do love the new Starry Night Decorative Die to create a statement on cards.

Products Used:

Christmas Poinsettia & Holly Cling Stamp SetHCPC-3881
Christmas Poinsettia & Holly DieHCD1-7249
Glow of Christmas Cling Stamp SetHCPC-3883
Glow of Christmas DieHCD1-7251
Candlelit Christmas Paper CollectionHCDP1-2104
Starry Night Decorative DieHCD1-7252
3D Christmas Poinsettia Shaping MoldHCFB1-478
Deluxe Flower Shaping Paper Pack of 50 – WhiteHCPP1-475
Ranger Archival Ink Pad – Library GreenRACP475
Ranger Archival Ink Pad – Leaf GreenRACP436
Ranger Archival Ink Pad – OliveRACP482
Ranger Archival Ink Pad – Red GeraniumRACP993
Heart of Gold PrillsANC804
Designer Dries Clear Adhesive159723
Rajni Chawla’s Crystal ClearPGM15015
Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers – 36 Pack478455

Other Products:

Red glitter gel, iCraft Iris cardstock, Nuvo Pure Sheen Glitter – Diamond

For more tips on creating with the Candlelit Christmas collection, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/PJeFD_d3AiM.

Instructions: 

Cut a piece of white cardstock 6″ x 8 1/2″, score at 2 1/2″ to create the base card. Cut a piece of gold mirror card 5 14/16″ x 5 14/16″ and adhere to the back of the card. Cut a piece of patterned paper 5 3/4″ x 5 3/4″ and adhere to the back of the back. Cut two panels 2 1/4′ x 4 3/4″ and adhere to the back of the card.

Cut the semi-circular snowflake die from HCD1-7252 Starry Night Decorative Die set out of gold mirror card. Adhere to the front of the left side. Cut two pieces of gold mirror card 2 6/16″ x 5 14/16″ and adhere to the front and back of the left front. Cut two panels from the patterned paper 2 1/4″ x 5 3/4″ and adhere to the back and front of the side. Cut two straight snowflake dies from the HCD1-7252 Starry Night Decorative Die set out of gold mirror card and adhere to the right of the front and the back of the card as shown.

Stamp the holly images from the HCPC-3881 Christmas Poinsettia & Holly Cling Stamp Set with Library Green ink on Deluxe Flower Shaping paper. Colour with Red Geranium ink and Leaf Green and Olive inks and die cut with the coordinating die. Add green stamp paint with a damp sponge to the holly leaves and shape using the coordinating mold. Add Crystal Clear glitter with Dries Clear Glue on a damp sponge. Adhere to the left card front as shown. Add red glitter gel to the holly berries.

Stamp the poinsettia images from the HCPC-3881 Christmas Poinsettia & Holly Cling Stamp Set in Red Geranium ink on Deluxe Flower Shaping Paper. Colour with Red Geranium ink and a touch of Leaf Green inks and die cut with the coordinating dies. Add Carmine Red stamp paint with a damp sponge and shape with the coordinating mold. Assemble and add Crystal Clear glue using Dries Clear glue on a damp sponge. Add Heart of Gold Prills to the centres and over the holly leaves.

Stamp the two ornament dies from the HCPC-3883 Glow of Christmas Cling Stamp Set in Jet Black ink on Iris cardstock. Colour with Zig Clean Colour Brush Markers and die cut with the coordinating die. Add to the inner card and add Diamond glitter to the accents with Dries Clear glue.

Stamp the holly spray from the HCPC-3883 Glow of Christmas Cling Stamp Set in Library Green ink on Deluxe Flower Shaping Paper. Colour with Leaf Green, Olive and Red Geranium inks and die cut with the coordinating die. Shape and add Crystal Clear glitter using Dries Clear Glue on a damp sponge. Trim and adhere to the top of the back of the card. Add red glitter gel to the holly berries.

Happy Crafting

Ka Kite Anu

Patricia

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