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We all love interactive and kinetic cards! Introducing the Christmas Cascade Collection!
This holiday collection allows you to make a Cascading Card inside of a Shadowbox Frame, mounted on a card base or unmounted. Don’t worry, these motifs make great conventional cards as well.
We listened to you, and we heard loud and clear that our community loves dynamic and purposeful cards. In previous collections we gave you 3D Vignettes in a Christmas way. Now we’ve found a way to merge a Collection favorite, Shadowbox Vignettes, in a new format.
Becca Feeken with Amazing Paper Grace sent me these lovely dies to start my Christmas Card making!
What’s a Christmas Cascade?
Amazing Paper Grace takes a spin on Christmas by building a new collection around something you already have in your stash – the Shadowbox Dies. Becca loves building upon what you already have and making it new again.
Christmas Cascade is made up of sets of 3″ motif dies where each set has 3 motifs. That’s enough for each leaf of your waterfall but again, you could make them the center of your A2 or your A7 card. These, paired with the Waterfall base will allow you to use any dies to make your next Waterfall Card.
The Inspiration behind Christmas Cascade
The inspiration for Christmas Cascade was to produce a motif to use from an enclosure card all the way up to full A7 card with background layers. This “cardlet” size has been a favorite in our stash because the elements can easily transition into all of the Amazing Paper Grace Collections and to all size cards. Hint: This is not the last time you will see “Cardlets”
Today I am really excited to share with you a card made with the gorgeous new Amazing Paper Grace Snowflake Splendor Etched Dies Christmas Cascade Collection from Becca Feeken. I have embellished this card with the beautiful poinsettias from the Shapeabilities Cinch and Go Poinsettia Etched Dies Etched Dies A Charming Christmas Collection by Becca Feeken. These are perfect for Christmas cards. Finally I have added a small flourish from the Shapeabilities Amazing Paper Grace Cinch and Go Flowers Etched Dies. I have also used trimmed one of the snowflake images to create some leaves around the poinsettias.
Christmas Cascade Availability:
These dies and plates are available from Spellbinders right now! Click here: Amazing Paper Grace Cascading Christmas.
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4 thoughts on “A Sparkling Merry Christmas”
This is stunningly beautiful, Patricia. The silver looks like metal and the blue element looks just like a stained glass window. Love it!
Thank you Evelyn – I had a lot of fun making this card!
Hi Patricia, I love your cards, but your flowers are breathtaking! I’m looking forward to your Facebook flower tutorials for sure! 🙂
Thank you Tara – I love making flowers!!