Happy Holidays Traditional & Digital Cards
Happy Holidays Traditional Card by Designer: Stefanie Hamilton
SUPPLIES: Cardstock: (Wildberry, Hillary scalloped) Bazzill Basics Paper Patterned paper: (Sleigh Belle from Ting-a-Ling collection) Webster’s Pages Accents: (blue sentiment tag) My Mind’s Eye; (poinsettia) EK Success Finished size: 6" x 5"
1 Make card from patterned paper.
2 Trim cardstock piece. Mat bottom edge with cardstock strip; adhere to card.
3 Adhere tag and poinsettia.
SUPPLIES: Cardstock: (white) Specialty paper: (photo) Digital elements: (large, small scalloped paper from Scallops kit) www.heatheranndesigns.com; (poinsettia patterned paper from Jolly Lil’ Friends kit; poinsettia from Holiday Flowers kit) www.designerdigitals.com; (blue swirl patterned paper from Holiday Magic kit) www.shabbyprincess.com; (tag) www.sunshinestudioscraps.com; (sentiment, glitter from 12 Days of Christmas-Day 3 kit) www.heraldsplace.blogspot.com Software: (photo editing) Adobe Finished size: 5 1/4" x 4 3/4"
1 Create finished size project in software. Open digital elements.
2 Drop patterned paper and scalloped paper onto project. Change scalloped paper colors.
3 Drop in tag and add sentiment. To make patterned edges of tag, place patterned paper directly above tag and press Ctrl-G. (The control key makes the paper take the shape of whatever is directly beneath it.)
4 Drop in poinsettia. Make circle from glitter and place in center of poinsettia.
5 Print on photo paper; trim. Make card from cardstock; adhere piece.
Looking for more ways to mass produce cards this holiday season? Check out the “Tips Tools, & Techniques” column in the November/December 2008 issue of Paper Crafts magazine.
For more information on supplies used in this project, see our Product Guide online at www.PaperCraftsMag.com/resources.
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