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Monday, December 15, 2014

Last Minute Christmas Ideas......


Hi Die~Namites Dies Fans....
All week long our AMAZING DT will be 
sharing with you their 
Last Minute Christmas Ideas!

I am going to tell on myself here....
I don't plan very well when it comes to
my Christmas Cards.
This year, I wanted to create an
EASY card but one that reflected my creative self.
(sometimes Easy and Creative shouldn't be used in the same sentence)

This is the card I came up with!


The inspiration for my card is this month's




I began by die~cutting the Elegant Flake Die
in the front of my card, 8" x 5.25".


I then cut a piece of CCB Kraft Cardstock
4" x 5.25" and adhered it to the front of my card.


When dry, I placed the diecut image back in it's "hole"
and applied an iridescent acrylic paint through
the new "stencil" with a stencil brush!


Don't be concerned if you get the paint on the
face of the card!

I then distrezz the edges of my card.


I then spritzed the front of the card with
Tattered Angels ~ Frost ~ Glimmer Mist.
(see how the overflow paint shows up??)


I then stamped with my Viva Las VegaStamps,
using StazOn ink.


I colored a piece of seam binding with
Tattered Angels ~ Frost ~ Glimmer Mist, and 
tied it in a bow.


I then adhered the bow to the face of my card.


I hope you enjoyed my Easy yet Creative
Last minute Christmas cards....
now to make a few more or only
2 people with be getting cards from me this year!

Make sure to stop back by tomorrow for more 
FANTABULOUS ideas from our Die~Namites Design Team.

7 comments:

  1. Wow omw Lynne I so love your card and wonderful tutorial thanks so much for sharing with us today.....love that snowflake die....

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  2. I love this card. So elegant and easy. Thanks for the tutorial.

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  3. oh I love it! So simple, clean, and super easy

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  4. OMW! That's sooooo pretty! I love how you used that other piece as a stencil! Now, do you need my addy......LOLOL!

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  5. Beautiful shabby chic card! Thanks for the tutorial!

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