Christmas Cards with Karen Reategui

Christmas Cards with Karen Reategui

Hello friends! Today I’m sharing three cards over Picket Fence Studios blog featuring the September Release 2019. For these cards I’m using Pattern Of Flowers Stencil, Merry Christmas Foiled Impression Die, BFF Girl Elise Stamp and Die, Christmas Leaf Bulb, Falalalalaaa Foiled Impression Dies, Straight From The North Pole Stamp and Die and Gingham Stamp.

Let’s start! For my first card I stamped the Santa, colored it with Copic markers and die cut it using the coordinating die. Additionally, I stamped the Gingham Stamp onto a white piece of cardstock and adhered it to a white panel using glue. Then, I added a white card base at the back.

I also die cut a white oval shape and a gold border and placed both pieces on top of the background as well as the Santa Claus using foam tape. Finally, I heat embossed the sentiment using WOW! Metallic Gold Embossing Powder and added to the card plus a few sequins.

For my next card, I placed the Pattern Of Flowers Stencil on top of a white card and applied Ranger Texture Paste along with WOW! Vintage Candy Cane embossing powder and Oh Gosh! Glitter. Once dried, I added a red cardstock and a white card base at the back. Also, I stamped and colored this cutie girl “Elise” using Copic markers, then using the coordinating die I die cut her and put her on top of the the background using foam tape.

Lastly, I placed on top the Merry Christmas die cut which was foiled and cut using the Merry Christmas Foiled Impression Die on my Gemini Foilpress Machine.

For my last Christmas card, I adhered a specialty cardstock, which was a gold glitter cardstock and a red card base at the back. Then, I foiled the Christmas Leaf Bulb Foiled Impression Die onto red cardstock and the Falalalalaaa Foiled Impression Die with white cardstock using my Gemini Foilpress Machine.

Finally, I adhered the foiled Christmas Bulb to the card using foam tape, the Falalalalaaa foiled die cut with double sided tape and a piece of natural twine on top of the bulb.

These were my cards for today and I hope I could inspire you a bit. Have a wonderful Friday!


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