Hello crafty friends, Christmas is 6 weeks away! Can’t you believe it? Christmas season is one of our favorite times. And for this special season, I am making Christmas cards for our church friends and families.
Today, I would love to share with you that you can embossed with die-cut plate! One way to stretch background die-cutting plates. On my card, I am using the Snowflake Dies from the ODBD – Snowflake Dies Bundle:
These die sets are not only for diecutting, but also can used to emboss and as stencil. On my card I embossed the watercolor paper with the Snowflake Sky die using my WRMK Evolution Advanced diecutting machine. Then I added watercolor paints on it and blended the blue and hot pink to create the indigo and purple shades on it. For sentiment and embellishments, I die-cut and embossed one of the Layered Lacey Oval Dies and Snow Crystals dies that comes from the Snowflake Dies Bundle. I stamped the sentiment from the Jingle Bell Time from the November Pre-Order Bread Basket Bundle with Versafine Onyx Black Ink Pad.
I added the embossed and watercolored panel on the A2 white card base with a lot of adhesive since it is watercolor paper, and I wrapped around the May Arts Ribbon – Natural Twine around the card. Final step, I added the sentiment label and snow flake embellishments on the card with 3D foam tape for some dimension.
So, if you are making cards and gifts for this Christmas, you want to check out Our Daily Bread Designs Special Bundle deals that can get you a jump start creating Christmas cards this year! Starting today through October 31st, Our Daily Bread Designs is offering Pre-Order Bundle Specials on the November 2016 Release! Check out these amazing and gorgeous bundles:
For more inspiration using the ODBD November Pre-Order products you can see the other Designers projects and additional Bundles on the Our Daily Bread Designs Blog, or you can visit their blog links below:
Order today to get the special pricing for these bundles. All November 2016 Bundle pre-orders will begin shipping on November 1, 2016 or sooner. please see the Our Daily Bread Designs Blog for more details.
Thank You so much for visiting me today and have a fabulous blessed day!
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