Posted in Christmas, Monochromatic

Easy Glitter Embossed Christmas Cards

Here are some cards that I made last year, I was in a pinch and wanted to make a few quick cards. I had made a SIMILAR CARD card a few years earlier so I went with the same design. The previous card was shades of blue and I had used the pine boughs, so I thought I would use a few traditional colours (and blue) and some different stamp sets and I quickly whipped up these cards.

I post all my cards on my FACEBOOK page, feel free to join if you would like to share your own crafty creations. You can also see my cards on my INSTAGRAM page.

All the supplies for this card are from Stampin Up and are listed below. I’m trying to remember the colours that I used. I’m pretty sure I used Cherry Cobbler for the front and the back for the Red Card, I used Garden Green for the front and Handsome Hunter for the back on the green card, and Pretty Peacock for the back and Marina Mist for the front on the blue card.

I used the stamps below, I believe all are retired but any large stamp will work.

Using my Stamping platform I stamped the greeting to the top left, and on the red and green cards I stamped the image to the bottom left and top right. On the blue card I randomly stamped 3 snowflakes. On the blue card I used Pretty Peacock ink, Handsome Hunter on the green and Cherry Cobbler on the red.

Using the same ink pads I inked around the edges. MAKE SURE IT IS ALL DRY BEFORE MOVING ON TO THE NEXT STEP. Heat dry if needed or let sit overnight.

Using Versa Mark ink I stamped the image that I wanted in the white. I mixed a little bit of glitter in with the embossing powder, add the embossing powder to the Versa Mark, tap off the excess and heat set.

I stamped the greeting and few of the images on the inside.

Add ribbon to the right side of the panel then add the panel to the card. I tried to use different ribbons for each card.

Last I added I added a few sequins and clear bubbles.

To see some other pretty heat embossed cards check these out

Your Sweet

A Kiss to Make it Better

Golden Leaves Love Card

Author:

Thanks for joining me! I am a paper crafting enthusiast who has a special interest in interactive cards. I get a lot of inspiration from the internet so I thought that I  would throw out my own creations with hope that it inspires someone else.

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