Hi, welcome to our blog today. Our talented designer, Alicia Barry has made this gorgeous Christmas card, and below, shares a step by step of how she made it.
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Step 1: Gather your materials.
Cut your materials to size as follows:
* Red card: 6.75″x 6.75” (This measurement is an important for Martha Stewart Around the Page punches to be successful).
* Red patterned paper: 5.5″ x 5.5″
* Cream cardstock: 5″ x 5″
* Red cardstock: 5″ x 5″
* Patterned paper image: This will be determined by your choice of paper. If no clear image can be cut to fit, simply use a 4″ x 4″ square of patterned paper
Use a narrow edge Martha Stewart Around the page punch (I used Deco Flowers) on both pieces of red cardstock. Adhere the larger one to the front of your card.
Distress the red patterned paper (optional) and adhere it centrally to the card front.
Layer cream cardstock to the card using foam squares.
Adhere smaller red cardstock to the front of the card.
Adhere your handcut image or patterned square.
Stamp a greeting (or use a rubon) onto a cream cardstock strip. Cut ribbon notches to one end, then adhere with foam squares onto the front of the card on a diagonal.
Take a MHC glitter mini rose. Carefully peel back the outer layer and fold outwards to create a more full flower. Adhere this the the top of the greeting along with a large white Lotus flower. Tuck a tied organza ribbon bow between the two flowers. Add a small white flower to the bottom right of the greeting.
Paint dots of Ranger perfect pearls around the punched border of the card and to accentuate the image.
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Thanks so much Alicia for sharing your wonderful card with us.