Friday, November 6, 2020

Curvy Blue Jingle Bell Card

Here's the last card I am sharing with you this week featuring the new Curvy Christmas stamp set and Curvy Dies that are available for preorder.  I just LOVE how this Christmas card turned out! It was very easy to make. The addition of the Sounds of the Seasons Dies, Silver and Navy Foil, and Feels Like Frost 6x6 Designer Series Paper (DSP) Stack results in one stunning card you too can create!

HOT TIP #1: Use a 1-1/2" x 6" piece of silver foil, so after you use the Curvy Die you are able to line up the silver foil on the edge of the Feels Like Frost DSP, and trim off the excess once you have adhered the foil to the DSP.

HOT TIP#2: Be sure to use a sticky lint tape roller brush to pick up all the little cut out dots on your workspace and die cut machine.

A close up to admire the beautiful bell die with the Metallic Mesh Ribbon Bow. That ribbon is so soft and supple. I folded the ribbon in half to thread through the top loop of the bell die. Tying it is a dream!

HOT TIP #3: After you die cut the bell, carefully flip it over keeping the holly leaves intact and scotch tape over the back of the bell to hold them in place.

Here's a peek of the inside of the card using a smaller bell die and a 1/2" strip of the Feels Like Frost DSP.  This is a great way to finish off a card with a little extra pizzazz!

Here's the Products used in Today's Project - these are available to order at my online store by clicking any of the pictures below: 

Noble Peacock Foil Sheets
Noble Peacock Foil Sheets
Paper Snips

Need a card? Ask me and I can create one for you. 

Want the supplies to create your own, let me know and I can help you with that too!

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  1. That is a super gorgeous card! I love it and I have all the supplies to make it. Thank you!💜

  2. I'm so glad you like it. Thank you for taking the time to comment.


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