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Clean and Simple Gold Christmas Cards | 12 Weeks of Christmas Week 8

Hello everyone and thank you so much for joining me for Week 8 of my 12 weeks of Christmas series I have a clean and simple card design to share with you today so let's jump right in.

As always I like to cut down my cardstock beforehand so that I know what I have to work with, I have an A2 sized base, a matte that's cut to 1/8th of an inch smaller than my base and a panel cut to 1/8th of an inch smaller than my matte. Both cards are the same measurements though the colour of cardstock alternates.

Then I lined up my tree stamp in the Misti and stamped both panels with the same Delicata Golden Glitz ink. This ink is stunning and shows up beautifully on any colour of cardstock. I lined up my sentiment to go under the tree and stamped it in the same ink, you could have stamped both the tree and sentiment at the same time but I realized that after the fact so I did it in two steps.

I stamped out the heart image on a scrap of both white and black cardstocks and fussy cut them out, then added some foam squares to the back for a bit of added dimension. All that was left was to adhere the layers together and add a few clear sparkling gems. I hope you enjoyed this Quick and Simple Christmas card.

If you would like to see this card made in more detail please check out the video below, There is also a full supplies list below the video. Thank you so much for stopping by and I cannot wait to see you again.


White 110lb Cardstock

Black 100lb Cardstock

Tim Holtz Glass media mat

Tim Holtz paper trimmer

Misti 2.0

Altenew Festive Foliage Stamp Set

Altenew Festive Foliage Die Set

Delicata Golden Glitz ink

Mini Snips

Thin 3D Foam Squares

Nuvo Deluxe Glue

Studio Katia Embellishment Wand

Studio Katia Triangle Tray

Pretty Pink Posh Sparkling Clear Gems

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