Today I want to show you how easy it is to make some quick and easy bauble themed Stampin Up 2023 Christmas cards . All you need is a 2″ circle punch, some pretty Christmas paper and some coordinating trim. I have used Shining Brightly Specialty Paper for my cards. I just love that elegant Night of Navy and gold together.
Instructions for making these Stampin’ Up! 2023 Christmas Cards
Firstly let’s look at the card on the left. My card bases is one of the Brushed Gold cards and envelopes which is already pre-printed with that gorgeous gold foiling. Next us a 2″ circle punch to cut out 3 circles. Firstly cut one from gold adhesive glimmer paper then cut two from the gold foiled Shining Brightly DSP.
Next, addhere the self adhesive one directly to the centre of the card. Then adhere the two DSP ones slightly lower using Dimensionals. I cut three tiny strips for the Night of Navy strings and added gold metallic bows (from the Simply Elegant Trim pack). Finally I stamped the sentiment from Joy of Noel stamp set in Night of Navy.
Next look at the card on the right. Firstly, start with a top folding Night of Navy card base. Next cut a slightly smaller layer and emboss it using the Merry Melody 3D embossing folder. Prior to adhering that to the base card, tape two pieces of gold metallic thread to the top of the back. Fold these pieces over the card top and tape the other end under where the bauble is going to go.
Next I cut two 2″ circles from the Shining Brightly DSP. Adhere the right one directly to the card, and then the one on the left slightly lower using Dimensionals. Next add some gold metallic bows to each bauble using a glue dot. Finally cut the NOEL letters from gold adhesive glimmer paper using the Joy of Noels dies, and add to the card.
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