The Joyous Noel Designer Series Paper is beautiful, and truly special with Copper Foil shine. For today’s project, I used two of the DSP designs with one layout.
The layout is from this week’s Fab Friday challenge.
The first card has a Gray Granite card base, layered with Soft Suede cardstock beneath the Joyous Noel DSP. I cut the tree branch, in the Night Owl die set, from Copper Foil.
The Copper Foil branch is winding around a 2″ piece of Gray Granite cardstock that I made into a banner using the Banner Triple Punch. After cutting it, I ran it through the Big Shot using the Corrugated embossing folder.
The sentiment is from the Still Night stamp set, which comes in a bundle with the Night Owl die set. If ordered this way, you’ll save 10%. Every little bit helps!
I heat embossed the sentiment with Copper embossing powder, and used a Stitched Shapes oval die for cutting. I glued it all together, and my card was complete.
Everything was in front of me when my second card fell into place. This time, I chose a Thick Whisper White card base, and glued the deer patterned DSP directly to it. The same tree branch, became deer antlers, die cut from Thick Whisper White cardstock.
The banner is similar, but it is shorter, and is embossed vertically.
The sentiment is the same, except it’s heat embossed on Whisper White cardstock, rather than Gray Granite.
Can you find the other difference? Yep, it’s the Polka Dot Tulle Ribbon. For some reason, it just called for it.
The supplies for both cards are listed below. The only addition for the second card was the white cardstock and the ribbon. I hope this helps you see how you can maximize your resources. Be sure to check out all 12 of the Joyous Noel paper patterns.
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