Hello everyone! Irina here with a Christmas card. I always like clean and simple cards. My favorite color is blue, but I also like green very much and I thought it would be fun to create a green Christmas card. On this blog I show you how I created this card.
Start with white cardstock from 5 x 5 inch.
Pick a stencil you like and use a soft grey ink. I used Hickory smoke oxide ink.
My stencil was to short, so I had to flip it over as you can see on the picture below.
For the middle squares use:
Black cardstock 3 3/4 inch and green cardstock 3 1/2 inch.
Glue the black and green together and centre it on your base.
Take a piece of hempcord and use tape to add it in your card.
Diecut your flowers. I used Florals 12 ( 1873 )
Only color the leaves with ink or markers.
Shape your flowers and glue them together.
Now it’s time to glue the flowers and leaves on your card.
I thought it would be fun to use one of the Circles with Sentiments stamps. ( CS276)
Last but not least, take a piece of white cardstock from 11 x 5.5 inch, fold it in the middle. Now glue your card on this base and your Christmas card is finished.
Hope you like it!! Thanks for watching en reading this blog! See you next time!
Florals 12 ( 1873)
Circles with sentiments stamps. ( CS276)
Planner Essentials Stencils 1
Soft Finish Cardstock
Hickory Smoke Distress Oxide ink
Black, green and white cardstock