Nov 14, 2019

Merry Christmas in Blue

Hey there!
It's Judy here to share a Christmas card 
I created by combining dies from
Precious Marieke and Memory Box.



I gathered my materials to include the 4 die sets I used
plus a 5.5 x 5.5 inch card base, patterned paper, 
 blue matte metallic card stock, green metallic card stock,
 white card stock and some iridescent glitter glue.


Next, I did my die cutting.
I cut the frame and sentiment out of the blue card stock.
I cut the candle die 3 times, using the white, blue and green card stocks.
I cut 1 large flower, 3 medium and small flowers.


I assembled the candles using the white die cut as a base
and adhered the blue next. With the green, I snipped off the
candle portion, just leaving the foliage and
adhered to the blue layer. I ended up coloring the
flames of the candles with gold glitter gel pen.
I then layered the flowers, making 1 large and 2 medium sized,
using brads with gem centers.
I added some glitter glue to the flowers of a little sparkle.


Next, I assembled the card base by matting the patterned paper
with the blue matte metallic card stock and adhering to the card base.

Next I added the frame to the background
and layered the candles on the bottom edge.


I added the flowers to the candle foliage
and lastly, cut and matted a thin strip
of white card stock, adhered the sentiment
and applied to the lower portion of the card.


Each of the dies I've used are linked
to the Dies R Us Store below.

Precious Marieke Merry & Bright Christmas Florals

Precious Marieke Wondrous Frame 

Memory Box Glowing Candles

Memory Box Merry Christmas Swash Script
I hope I've provided some inspiration for you to
 play and create with your dies and we'd love for you 
to come and join in the fun at the Dies R Us Challenge Blog. 
There's a new challenge theme offered on the 1st and 15th of each month and one lucky randomly drawn winner will receive a gift voucher prize to the Dies R Us Store. 
For your convenience, all the important Dies R Us links are provided below.

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