Saturday, December 11, 2021

Recipe Challenge Inspired Greeting Card (Craft My Stash #20)


Hello! Welcome back to my blog and to another Craft My Stash post. I created this card to join in one of Scrapbook & Cards Winter Issue Challenges. I love to join their challenges.

For this card, I am using products from Lawn Fawn, Pebbles and some Christmas stickers that has been in my stash for some time now.

There are four recipes to the challenge: a 6x6 paper pad, stickers, chipboard frames and a metal die. 

I created a chipboard frame by stacking six polaroid frame die cuts. The polaroid frame die is from the Lawn Fawn Selfie Frames die set. The top layer is paper from the LF Snow Day Remix 6x6 paper pad, which is the paper pad I am using on this card to complete the recipe.

I added a layer of vellum on top of the background to mute the pattern of the paper. I adhered a Santa Claus puffy sticker and the Ho, ho, ho sentiment to this panel. I fussy cut the Ho, ho, ho since the sticker came with a horizontal orientation. I want it to go downward so it will fit inside the window. 

I die cut a red cardstock using the longest banner die from the LF Fancy Folded Banners die set. I die cut the banner four times and connected two of the banners. I ran this again through the die cutting machine to add details to it using the LF Stitched Borders die. 

For the card panel, I trimmed one of the patterned papers at 4 1/4" x 5 1/2". I trimmed off a sliver from each side before adhering this to a green top folding A2 notecard. I adhered an eighth of an inch of green mirror cardstock to each side. 

I adhered the banner on the center. I adhered the polaroid frame over this. 

For the sentiment, I took one of the stickers from the Pebbles Merry Little Christmas mini sticker book and adhered it to a cardstock. I trimmed off the excess and cut this into a fishtail banner. I adhered this to the polaroid frame.

Thank you for visiting my blog. Have a blessed, brilliant and creative day!

Maria Giselle B.

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