10/27/19

Merry Little Christmas {Spellbinders}...


Hey crafty friends!  Stopping in today to share a super easy Christmas card.  I love super easy when it comes to mass producing and this card falls under that category for sure!

Spellbinders

Paired with my Spellbinders Hot Foil Glimmer System, I grabbed one of the Hot Foil Glimmer Plates by Becca Feeken and made this card.  It was SO easy and look at that shine from the silver foil.  I used 1 sheet of navy blue card stock, the Merry Fillagree Quatrafoil Glimmer Plate and silver foil.  

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I cut the cardstock in half and then made a 5x5 card base.  Next, I ran the plate thought the Hot foil System with the silver foil and then cut down that main image to 4 1/2" x 4 1/2" square.  Foiling on the larger cardstock take the guess out of trying to center your image.  I popped the foiling up on foam tape and done.  I just love how beautiful this image is and I had to leave it alone.

Spelllbinders

If you don't have a Hot Foil Glimmer System of your own, check them out HERE.  I use my Platinum Die Cut machine but I know there are other machines that work too.

Also, stop by and see Becca's other glimmer plates HERE.

Thanks so much for stopping in today.  Hope you have a great day!



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3 comments:

  1. Love the silver and blue, this is beautiful!

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  2. Absolutely gorgeous Christmas card, Laurie! Perfect for mass production, too :)

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  3. This is my kind of card! I make sets of cards and give them away at christmas time, but it is sooo time consuming I always need a few classical sets that I can mass produce. I think I might steal this design.

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