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Thursday, January 26, 2017

I'm back again for TupeloDesignsLLC and this time, I have a fun Christmas card to share with you today. 

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Okay, back to my card. Now normally, I would have probably added a different sentiment to this card but I am trying my best to be more on top of my Christmas card making throughout this entire year. So I decided that this could pass for a Christmas card.

I first started by taking the Split Chevron Cover-up die from MFT and I die cut it 3 times out of some glittery silver card stock, aqua card stock and some purple card stock. I then cut a white card panel that was the same size of the die and completely covered it with adhesive. I then took the outline portion from the aqua piece and adhered it to that piece of white card stock.

Then came the fun part. I chose several of the pieces and somewhat randomly, somewhat planned, inlaid the interior pieces - just like putting together a puzzle. And the best part? I still have all the pieces to make two more cards - one will have the glittery silver outline and the other will have the purple outline.

Once all my pieces were adhered, I heat embossed my sentiment from MFT's Hand Lettered Holiday stamp set using silver embossing powder and this heat gun. I then added it with foam tape. I then adhered the entire panel to my card base with lots of foam tape.  Some clear droplets and I have one more card for my 2017 Christmas card stash.


Jeanne said...

This looks amazing, Alanna! What a fun technique. I really like the colors you chose and to think you have enough pieces to make two more cards. Fabulous! Works great as a Christmas card, too! :) Hugs!

Sharli Schaitberger said...

Great card(s) Alanna! I'm sure that all three will be amazing!!

Linda Levoir said...

Such a stylish card, love the addition of the glitter card to, it gives it that perfect lift! :) xx

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