Hello friends. I am back again. I am really enjoying having a bit more time on my hands to get back into some regular blogging. Today I am sharing a 2023 Christmas card using the Stampin’ Up! Night Divine bundle. I am also using the Deckled Circle dies which made their debut in the 2023 September to December Mini Catalogue.
Instructions for making this Stampin Up Night Divine Christmas Card
Firstly, I started with a side folding Crumb Cake card base. The Designer Series Paper from the suite is called O Holy Night. It has a gorgeous colour combination of Night of Navy with Copper Clay, Pebbled Path, Misty Moonlight and Boho Blue. My base DSP piece is 10.2cm x 14.5cm, and the smaller piece is 12cm x 5cm. I adhered this smaller piece onto a piece of Crumb Cake cardstock the same size. Finally I inked around the edges with a sponge dauber and Pebbled Path ink. View all the products I have used today using the links at the end of the post.
Next I adhered one of the 6th largest Deckled Circle die cuts in Night of Navy to the left half. Make sure you leave a little of the rectangle still showing on the left edge., Before adhering this to the base DSP layer with Dimensionals, I tied some of the gorgeous Night of Navy and Gold Glittered Ribbon around the whole piece (over the top of the Deckled Circle.
Next I embossed the sentiment from the Stampin Up Night Divine stamp set directly onto the DSP. For the feature image, I die cut the advent scene from the Night Divine Dies in Crumb Cake. Then I adhered this die-cut onto some of the lighter patterned O Holy Night DSP. Next I die cut this with the 5th smallest Deckled Rectangle dies. I sponged the edges with Pebbled Path ink again too. I adhered this over the Night of Navy deckled circle, using Dimensionals. Finally I added three of the Adhesive Backed Star Trinkets.
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All about the Deckled Circle Dies
I want to take a moment to chat about the Deckled Circle Dies. You can find them HERE in my online store. They are such a great investment and versatile crafting tool. The deckle edge on these dies mimics the irregular, uncut edge of handmade paper. There are 14 dies in the pack, and close enough in size that you can make circle frames. The largest die is 14.6cm diameter, and the smallest one is 2.5cm diameter. I thoroughly recommend them!
Here are a couple of cards from the Stampin’ Up! concept artists showing other ways to use the Deckled Circle Dies.
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