Tuesday, 3 July 2018

Birthday Love with Craft Perfect Festive Season - Christine Smith


A stripy Birthday card using the fab Festive Season Craft Perfect Collection along with the new Swirl Flurry Tag Die Set :D This is a great card for using up and long scraps you have too :D Once I'd created my background, I used three rectangle dies to cut into my background, then I flipped the middle section by 180 degrees to switch up the order of the stripes :D This technique looks even more effective if you use square dies and only rotate the centre section by 90 degrees, it kind of gives a chevron look :D :D I'd probably work with circle dies too, but I haven't tried that lol :D You want to make sure you use double sided adhesive sheets, or wide double sided tape when doing this technique, otherwise you might get pieces dropping off once the panel has been die cut! :D Hope you liked the card! And of course, it'd make a great Christmas card too hehehe :D
Main Tonic Products Used :D
Swirl Flurry Gift Tag Die Set (not affiliate)Festive Season Craft Perfect Card - Olive Green, Brick Red, Holly Green, Opera Red and Rusted Crimson (not affiliate)Specialty Papers (Red Berries and Evergreen Fir) from Tonic Kit #11Will's Hand Miniature Moments - Love DieCircle Layering DiesNuvo Clear Mark Ink PadNuvo Glacier White Embossing PowderVellumRectangle Layering Dies
Tonic TrimmerCraft Perfect Double Sided Adhesive 
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To see the process behind this card, please watch my YouTube video below, or over on my channel CRaFTi PoTeNTiAl :D

Lots more photos below :D






See Christine's original blog post here.

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