SC250 Christmas

I only need to make about 10 more Christmas cards this year and when I saw the card sketch at SCS yesterday I knew just what to do. Not so sure I like my colour combination or at least how it has come together but I do like the card, especially as it’s fairly quick and easy to make! Guess I should have photographed the card in the sun – looks a bit dark here!


To make the baubles a little more interesting I stamped them twice – added some 3D crystal lacquer to the little dots and then used a 1″ circle punch to punch them out. After adding some shape using a shaping tool and mat, I popped them down with a dimensional. Thanks for taking the time to drop by.


Products used to create this card: Sketch – SCS SC250; Stamps – SU Christmas Classics; Cardstock – SU – Riding Hood Red, Bashful Blue; DSP – SU Riding Hood Red; Ink – SU Riding Hood Red; Accessories – SU dimensionals, paper piercing tool, mat pack, Bashful Blue taffeta ribbon, non-su – shaping tool & mat, Sakura 3D Crystal Lacquer (I used this product over SU Crystal Effects as it comes with a tiny little nozzle for ultimate control of where the lacquer goes!)



About Chelle

Loves soaping, cardmaking & crafts, photography is becoming a passion, enjoys travel, reading, cooking, gardening, am married to my soul mate, live on some acres away from the city ... loves life for what it is!
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2 Responses to SC250 Christmas

  1. Courtney says:

    Ohhh I love it Chelle, the color combo is gorgeous and love the baubles dressed up:) Great card!!

  2. Pat(mspfd) says:

    Super Fantabulous! OMG, you have really made a masterpiece. Love the ornaments, layout and colors. Perfection!!!

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