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Embossed Noel Christmas Card

Designer: Kath Stewart

Punch Embossed Noel Christmas Card

What you need...
  • Fiskars® Tools
  • SureCut™ Personal Trimmer (9893)
  • ShapeBoss™ (5600)
  • ShapeBoss™ Stencil - Winter (5623)
  • Everywhere Window Punch™ - Square (5563)
  • Squeeze Punch – XL Scalloped Square (5368)
  • Continuous Stamping Wheel™ (5568)
  • Continuous Stamps - Gifts (5703)
  • Continuous Inks - Chocolate (5579)
  • Lever Punch - Snowflake (5459)
  • Scissors Universal Purpose (9853)

  • Materials
  • Card blank, square
  • Kraft paper
  • Paper, white, turquoise
  • Gems, self-adhesive
  • Seam binding
  • Ink-pad, brown
  • Double-sided tape
  • 3-D foam pads
  • Fine liner pen, black
  1. Punch Embossed Noel Christmas Card - 1 Trim kraft paper to slightly smaller than card blank. Stamp an all-over pattern using the Continuous Stamp Wheel™ and Gifts Continuous Stamps.

    2 Create the window using Everywhere Window Punch™ - Square. Do not hesitate to use the grid on the tool for easy alignment.

    3 Emboss snowflakes onto white paper using the ShapeBoss™ and Winter Stencil, then fix behind the window aperture with double-sided tape. Decorate with self-adhesive gems.

    4 Tear a scrap of white paper to create a snowy border. Ink the edge with a brown pad and fix to the kraft paper.

    5 Fix ribbon around the bottom of the panel. Ink the edges with brown and fix to the card with double-sided tape.

    6 Use the Squeeze Punch to create a scalloped square from white paper and emboss with a snowflake. Ink the edges with brown and fix to bottom of the card with 3-D foam pads.

    7 Cut out four triangles from scraps of turquoise paper and ink the edges in brown. Decorate with alphabet stickers and fix to the card with foam pads. Create faux stitching with black finer liner pen.

    8 Punch small snowflakes from scraps of white paper, fix to the card and decorate with self-adhesive gems. Finish off with a seam binding double bow.

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