House-Mouse Designs® Warm Cocoa and Holiday Happy by Kathi F. Rerek
- Cut a piece of 8.5" x 11" green cardstock in half, score, and fold to create an A2 card.
- Cut plaid patterned paper from the Christmas Wish pad to 5.25".
- Cut two .5" strips of red striped patterned paper from the Noel 6x6 pad and edge with Tumbled Glass Distress Ink.
- Cut two .625" x 6" strips of green cardstock. Use them to mat the red striped strips.
- Adhere the two matted strips of striped patterned paper to the plaid patterned paper as shown to form the background panel.
- Trim the assembled background panel to 4" wide and edge with Distress inks.
- Use Tuxedo Black Memento ink to stamp the image.
- Color with Copic markers.
- Cut the image panel with one of the dies from the Square Nestabilities Die set.
- Cut green cardstock with the next largest die from the Square Nestabilities Die Set.
- Adhere the matted image panel as shown.
- Use Onyx Black VersaFine ink to stamp the sentiment from the House-Mouse Designs® Holiday Happy stamp set.
- Cut the sentiment with arounded rectangle Nameplate die.
- Cut a piece of coordinating patterned paper from the Christmas Wish pad with the fancy nameplate die. Edge the die-cut with Distress ink.
- Adhere the sentiment die-cut to the fancy nameplate die-cut.
- Adhere the matted sentiment die-cut to the top strip.
- Add the two snowflakes to finish the card.
Also uses these supplies:
Other Products Used:
Mouse Skin: BV0000, BV000, E51, E50, R01, R00, R20 (Cheeks and Lips), R22 (Nose),
Mouse Fur: E37, E25, E23
Candy Jar: B00, B02, B91, B93
Candy Canes: N0, N1, R24, R37
Cup: G20, G21, G24
Cocoa: E47, Err, E27, E2e, E74, E74
Spoon: T0, T1, T2, T4, E70, G20
Ground: N1, N0
Background N0, N1, B000
White Snowflake Sprinkles by Kat Scrappiness
Bundled Sage and Tumbled Glass Distress® Ink by Tim Holtz® for Ranger Ink
Square Nestabilities® by Spellbinders®
Nameplate Dies by Spellbinders®
Rain Forest Cardstock by Bazzill Basics Paper®
Christmas Wish 6x6 Patterned Paper Pad by My Mind's Eye
Noel 6x6 Patterned Paper Pad by Teresa Collins
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