Sunday, November 27, 2011

CASE Study Challenge #67

Hello friends! Another post for today! If you missed my others, they are TSG131, MM216, PALS PAPER ARTS PPA121, Simon Says….Tag You’re It, and ANOTHER QUICK N’ EASY CARD.

This is another challenge card. It is being entered into CASE Study Challenge #67

TSG131 Quick & Easy6 

Here is the inspiration photo:

This is also the last of the 5 cards used in the TSG131 challenge so it is another 5 1/2 x 5” MME Lost and Found Christmas. This card looks much better in real life than in the picture. I coated the front of the card with a mixture of embossing powder, crystal glitter, and Perfect Pearls Perfect Pearl to give it an icy effect. It was extremely hard to make the effect show up properly in the picture.

TSG131 Quick & Easy7

Maybe it shows a little better in the close up, but the entire card is supposed to look icy.

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:
    • Christmas is on its Way


  • MME Lost and Found Christmas
    • 11 x 5” folded to make 5.5 x 5” base
  • Scrap of kraft paper large enough for the Spellbinder’s Big Scalloped Circles Large die cut
  • Velvet paper: color – Coconut 5 1/2 x 1


    • Inkadinkado Strawberry


    • Big Shot 
    • Spellbinder’s Big Scalloped Circles Large
    • Heat tool
    • Fiskar’s edger
  • Berry Red pearls
  • Red glitter glue
  • Crystal glitter
  • Clear embossing powder
  • Perfect Pearls – Perfect Pearl


  1. Cut all paper
  2. Use Spellbinder’s Big Scalloped Circles Large on a scrap piece of kraft to cut label
  3. Stamp the label with Christmas is on its Way
  4. Add red glitter glue to stars in the stamped image
  5. Add crystal glitter around scalloped edge
  6. Use VersaMark over the front surface of the card. Mix Crystal glitter, Clear embossing powder, and Perfect Pearls – Perfect Pearl then sprinkle over the front surface
  7. Heat with heat tool
  8. Punch the edge of the velvet paper with Fiskar’s edger.
  9. Add pearls to the label and attach all pieces to the card.


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