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Red and Gold Snowflake Christmas Card

Hello everyone and thank you for joining me for the first in my new series 12 weeks of Christmas. For the first card, we will be making this stunning Red and Gold Snowflake Christmas card, let's jump right in!

To start I cut down my black matte 1/8th of an inch smaller than my A2 card size base, and my panel is cut down to 1/8th of an inch smaller than my black matte. I also cut a mask to block out where I wanted to blend the red colours in the centre of the panel. I then blended on four colours of Distress Oxide, Red Persimmon, Candied Apple, Fired Brick and Black Soot, blending back and forth until I had a blend that I liked.

Then I used some gold glitter cardstock and cut out five snowflakes from Simon Says Stamps Lea Snowflake Die, Grace Snowflake Die, Mini Snowflake Mandala Die and adhered them down on top of my blended background. Then adhered my panels to my base and placed the card into my Misti to stamp down my sentiment.

If you would like to see a more in-depth step by step of how I made this card please check out the video down below, there is also a full supply list below the video. Thank you so much for checking out my first in the 12 weeks of Christmas Series and I will see you again soon.


White 110lb Cardstock (Base)

Black 100lb Cardstock (Matte)

Neenah Solar White 80lb Cardstock

Inkadinkadoo Masking Paper

Nuvo Deluxe Glue

Tim Holtz Glass media mat

Tim Holtz paper trimmer

Tim Holtz Retractable Craft Pick

Gina K connect glue

Ripe Persimmon Distress Oxide Ink

Candied Apple Distress Oxide Ink

Fired Brick Distress Oxide Ink

Black Soot Distress Oxide Ink

Blending tool & Foam

Gemini Go

VersaFine Clair Nocturn Ink

Misti 2.0

Simon Says Stamp Lea Snowflake Die

Simon Says Stamp Grace Snowflake Die

Simon Says Stamp Mini Mandala Snowflake Die

Concord & 9th Neutral Glitter cardstock

The Ton Holiday Ornaments Stamp set

Reversible tweezers

Distress Sprayer

Microfiber Cleaning Cloth

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