Thursday, August 6, 2015

Tutorial: Nordic Christmas Window Card


Have you seen our newly release Nordic Christmas collection? Chrissie created a fantastic tutorial to give you a bit of inspiration with this range!

Crafter's Companion US Supplies:

Directions:

Step 1: Color the image using Spectrum Noir blendable pencils. To soften the colors, use a paper stump.

Trees: 049, 065, 094
Houses: 063, 081, 035, 062, 113, 082


Step 2: Print out some patterned paper from the Destinations Papercrafting Twin CD-ROM. Cut it to 5.5" x 4.25" (standard A2 sized panel).

Place the largest rectangle from the Die'Sire Rectangles metal dies on the panel and secure it down with some respositionable tape.


Step 3: Run it through a die cutting machine,then use the large rectangle again, but place the next smaller sized one onto purple cardstock. This will be the window.

Carefully pull off the tape.


Step 4: Place the patterned paper over the colored image and adhered it down with permanent tape runner.


Step 5: Place the window over the image by adding the adhesive to the back.


Step 6: Die cut one of the sentiments from the same set, using the Die'Sire Essential Scalloped Rectangles. Inked up the edges a bit and adhere it with foam squares to give it some dimension.


Step 7: Add some sparkle on the snow areas, using Frosted Lace Stickles Glitter Glue.


See the rest of the Nordic Christmas papercrafting collection here:


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3 comments:

The Ink Tinkerer said...

A very nice card and a beautifully clear tutorial! Thanks

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