Monday, 8 October 2018

Sign's of Santa Fun Fold card

Good morning!  I have a Christmas spring-fold card to show you today.  I haven't made one of these for ages. I had forgotton how much fun they are to make and look so effective.  For display, the square at the front pops up, but the card folds flat to fit in an envelope to post.

For a couple of hours on Saturday afternoon my youngest daughter volunteers in a charity shop.  Occasionally, my husband and I drop her off and then visit a little bookshop that also has a cafe.  It's a chance for us to sit and catch up or make plans for the next week.  My husband was busy this week so, I took the opportunity to take some crafting supplies with me and sit and colour whilst enjoying a coffee.  Afterall, it was World Card Making day!

I used my Stampin' Blends to colour the oh so cute images from the Signs of Santa stamp set.  Don't these little elves look like they are up to mischief?

I have used the Subtle embossing folder to add some texture to the white circle and the Coastal Cabana layer on the base.  I think that is one of my favourite products, along with the Stitched Shapes framelits.  I use them both such a lot.

The elves' hats are decorated using Dazzling Diamonds glitter.  All you have to do is spread a little of the Tombow liquid glue on the area to be glittered and then sprinkle the glitter on.  If you like using glitter often, it is much easier to store the glitter in a tupperware box so that you can dip your project into it!

Thank you for visiting me today.  As always, happy crafting,

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