Card of the week 200
JNDEF3001 Stars Stream
JND0004 Winter Flowers (clear stamp)
PM10103 Christmas Florals
YCD10113 Jingle Bells Circle Frame
Emerald Foundation Card
Xmas Red Foundation Card
Pastel Green Foundation Card
Lustre Print Silver Xmas Green
This weeks card of the week is made by the wonderful John Lockwood, you might recognise this gorgeous card from his blog, if not you can view by clicking on the following link
John Next Door Blog Link: http://johnnextdoor.blogspot.co.uk/2017/10/more-traditional.html
Firstly cut a piece of pastel green card to measure 38.4 x 19.2 cm then fold in half to make your card blank.
To make your layered border you will need to cut the following card in these measurements….
Emerald foundation card 18.8 x 18.8 cm and 15.9 x 15.9 cm
Red foundation card 18.5 x 18.5 cm
Pastel green foundation card 16.7 x 16.7 cm
Stick the two largest squares together centrally on your card blank. Now stick the two smaller squares together and mount on foam pads.
Cut three rectangles in red foundation card each measuring 15.1 x 5.1 cm, and emboss using JNDEF3001 star stream embossing folder.
Attach the red embossed rectangles onto your green layered square border with foam pads.
Using the cutting die YCD10113 jingle bells circle frame cut the following dies in the following colours…..
Border frame die in pastel green
Jingle bells circle frame die in lustre Xmas green
Octagon die in red foundation card
Stamp Christmas Blessing in black ink onto your red octagon cut out using the stamp from JND0004 winter flowers.
Stick your border frame and jingle bells frame together and attach the red octagon centrally with foam pads.
Now centrally sticky foam your assembled cut outs onto your card.
Cut the three poinsettia dies from YCD10024 in red foundation card.
Cut all three leafs from PM10103 Christmas florals in emerald and pastel green card.
Assemble as shown finishing off decorating with gems, red and green thin satin ribbon and red liquid pearls.