Saturday, November 5, 2011


Hello again to all my crafting buddies! Now for my second card of the day…. If you missed my first one, you can click here to see it.

This one is for Case Study Challenge #64 and The Play Date Café PDCC 106. Now the challenge I gave myself to to make this a Christmas card using those pretty PDCC colors! And, here is the card:


Here is the inspiration from both challenges:


Admittedly these are not traditional Christmas colors by any definition but I wanted to see how it would turn out.  I am still deciding if it looks like a Christmas card, but I do love, love, love the card design and how it turned out. What do you think???


DCWV textured card stock and K & Company Christmas paper left over from last year were used in this card. Prima flowers, pink ribbon with a bell, and paper piercing embellish it along with some Spellbinders die cuts and Inkadinkado stamp.

Complete instructions are listed below, so if you want all the details, please scroll down.

I hope you like my card and will leave comments before you leave! Thanks for stopping by….




  • Inkadinkado:
    • Merry Christmas


  • DCWV
    • Grey 6 x 6”
    • Yellow 5x5”
    • White 4 x 4” for medallion
    • Dark grey 12x6” for card
  • White paper
    • scrap for  Merry Christmas stamp


  • Very light pink pen to color edge of scalloped circle


  • Big Shot
  • Spellbinders Big Scalloped Circle Large and Labels Two
  • Heat tool
  • Punch tool
  • Craft knife


  • Ribbon
  • Ranger Gold embossing powder
  • Prima pink poinsettias
  • One pink half-pearl
  • One tiny “jingle bell”


  1. Cut all paper
  2. Use Spellbinders Scalloped Circles Large to cut medallion
  3. Use punch tool and paper piercing (paper pricking) design on medallion and on grey cardstock.
  4. Color the outer edge of the circle with a very light pink marker.
  5. Use Spellbinders Labels Two to cut the 6x6” papers centering the cut. 
  6. Stamp Merry Christmas on a scrap of white paper using the Inkadinkado stamp and VersaMark embossing pad.
  7. Sprinkle with Ranger Gold embossing powder, shake off excess and heat with heat tool
  8. Use a craft knife to cut the embossed sentiment out.
  9. Adhere layers to card adding foam dimensional dots under the edge of the grey cardstock close to the die cut to create dimension.
  10. Make bow and thread the small bell onto the middle of the bow.
  11. Add half-pearl to medallion
  12. Attach bow, flowers and sentiment to card


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