Hello lovely people !
Welcome to another card tutorial. My name is Archisha Mukherjee from Kenchi School and I welcome you to the tutorial of making 3 Christmas cards in green and red.
But before proceeding any further, let us talk about the December monthly challenge. This month, the challenge is going on as Red/Green/Snow” projects. You can take a look below for the details of our monthly challenge.
Card 1 : Simply Santa Christmas Card
So excited to finally use some reactive foils on my project. I have used a no heat technique to integrate some reactive foils in my project by using double sided tape of various widths.
The Craftangles reactive foils used are :
My cute Santa Claus and sentiment is from the Craftangles Merry Christmas stamp set. My Santa was coloured using alcohol markers.
Card 2 : Holly Jolly Christmas Card
The second card is a slimline green card. The card panel was given character with some black in blending and lots of white paint splatters.
The sentiment and candle is from the Craftangles Holly Jolly Christmas stamp set. Both are heat set with gold embossing powder.
Kept the candle colours as light as i could to keep the background as the hero of my card.
Card 3 : Candy Affair Christmas Card
Like the previous green card, we have a red card next. My card panel was also added more depth with ink blending.
And the main element, the candy cane, was made with the Craftangles Christmas Elements stencil.
A holy was added from the Holly Jolly Christmas and the sentiment was also gold embossed from the same stamp set.
Video Tutorial : Here is a video tutorial showcasing all the techniques for these cards.
Craftangles Supplies :
- Craftangles Merry Christmas Stamp Set
- Craftangles Holly Jolly Christmas Stamp Set
- Craftangles Dual Textured White Cardstock
- Craftangles Rich Red Cardstock
- Craftangles Charcoal Black Cardstock
Reactive Foils –
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