Beautiful Christmas Card with 3d Birdcage

 

With the holidays upon us, I have started working on my Christmas Cards. Each card I make is different and is created for their personality.  This card is for my sister, we will be going to her house for Thanksgiving. I love Christmas lots of glitter and colors. I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving.

I will be adding a Fancy Pants Class starting Jan 12th at www. mycreativeclassroom.com.

Supplies Used:

Provo Craft

Christmas word embossing folder

Cuttlebug

Serenade cartridge

Accent Essentials

Cricut

Other items

Fancy Pants Christmas papers and ribbon

Tattered angels chipboard bird

Artificial flowers

Prima hydrangea petals gold

Diamond dust stickles

Pearls

Radiant rain Egyptian gold and autumn leaf

 

Card base brown cardstock cut 8.5×5 and scored in the middle of the long side.

Cut a 5×5 piece of the fancy pants stripe paper. Ink edges and place in the bottom left corner of the card.

The embossed cardstock is 4×5 and inked with blue Hawaiian. Attach this piece to the top part of the card overlapping the stripe.

Using clear glue run along left edge of the card than dip in the diamond dust

Add the small [piece of red velvet trim.

In the center use the accent essentials cartridge and the one that is a circle with square scallops cut at 3 inches

Curl the edges up and using clear glue run along the edges and dip in the diamond dust glitter.

Attach 1/3 down the card and add the dove in the middle. Cover with stickles.

For the birdcage cut the birdcage out of grunge board at 3 inches. Color the bird cage with the 2 different colors of radiant rain.

Let dry add the pearls place on top of the circle with the dove on multiple pop dots

Add sprig and poinsettia with tag

Place a sentiment inside.

I hope everyone is having a great day

Happy Turkey day

Michelle

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3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Deneen
    Nov 24, 2010 @ 15:55:18

    Pretty card!! TFS.

    Reply

  2. Becky Teichmiller
    Nov 25, 2010 @ 20:14:12

    The the 3D factor 🙂 Great card! I used those same Prima flowers on my project too – LOL!

    Reply

  3. Kristin
    Nov 30, 2010 @ 17:19:26

    Wow! I love this, simply beautiful! Thanks for sharing 🙂

    Reply

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