Hey card making friends. Today I’m sharing Spellbinders Stocking Full of Joy Card with you as part of the Spellbinders JULY CLUBS BLOG HOP. We have a ton of inspiration for you today created with a variety of this months club kits. Mine is the Large Die of the Month Kit and once again, it’s spectacular. There are so many fun elements. And there’s Giveaways too, so keep reading.
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How to create the Spellbinders Stocking Full of Joy Card:
Start by embossing the Blue Spruce 4-1/4″ x 5-1/2″card front with the July 3D embossing folder Adorning the Trees and attaching it to a top folding white A2 sized card base.
Next, using the Large Die of the Month Club Kit, cut out all the pieces and assemble them. Card stock used: Phone Booth Red ( sorry, I just realized this is retired), Rainforest, Blue Spruce, Waterfall, Flock Transfer Sheets (fuzzy white cardstock for the stocking), mirror gold, and Stampin Up Mint Macaron.
TIP, for the top of the stocking, and the heel and toe, I used Flock Transfer Sheets from Simon Says Stamp. They are fuzzy, like felt paper and give great texture to things like stockings
Then, using a blending brush, add Pine Needles and Evergreen Bough Distress Oxide ink to the greenery. Broken China to the stocking and gnome, and Gathered Twigs to the gingerbread man.
Finally, use foam squares to attach the stocking to the card front. Then use foam squares and liquid glue to add the rest of the elements.
Adding some Bling tot he Spellbinders Stocking Full of Joy Card:
Using Mirror Gold cardstock, cut out the sentiment and glue it onto the stocking.
Next, in the set, there are two tiny ornament dies, cut one from Mirror Gold then cut the tiny bow from Phone Booth Red and glue them to the hand of the gnome.
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