Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Quite Curvy Christmas Card and Tag

 This card has been a favorite with my creative friends, so I thought I would share the details to the Quite Curvy Christmas Card.  I also made a tag to match that I am sharing as well.

  • The card base is a standard A2 Card in Cherry Cobbler Cardstock. 
  • Cut two pieces from the Classic Christmas 6X6 Paper  -about 2 to 2 1/2" with the Quite curvy Dies. Trim to 5 1/4" long.
  • Cut one piece of white card stock 2" X 5 1/4" 
  • Layer the three pieces on your card front and adhere - I like to use the Liquid Glue because you have a tiny bit of time to shift them into place - unlike tape.
  • Cut 2 of the small boughs, and one of the medium boughs out of Garden Green Card Stock and adhered in a cluster.
  • Cut a 12-14" piece of the Metallic Mesh Ribbon and cut it long ways - about one third of the width so that you get a nice long thin piece of mesh, loop it several times and adhere on top of the boughs with tape or  Stampin' Seal
  • Cut three stars from the Stitched Stars Dies - I did a variety of sizes - I ran each of these stars through an embossing folder to give the stars some texture and adhered them with Dimensionals, Place your big star over where you adhered your mesh to cover up the messy part!
  • Stamp your sentiment in Cherry Cobbler - the sentiment I used is from the  Wrapped in Christmas stamp set.

Here are the items I used for this card:

The Softly Falling Textured Embossing Folder is a retired item.


The tag is quite similar  - 
  • The top layer is the Tag Die from the North Pole Wonder Dies 
  • The second layer - Whisper White Cardstock - Measures 2 1/4" x 4 1/4"  - I clipped the corners off - just with scissors - nothing fancy
  • Stamp the To and From - I used the Tag Buffet Stamp set - In Cherry Cobbler - the star stamp on the bottom is from the Quite Curvy Bundle- called Curvy Christmas.
  • The Back layer is 2 1/2"  X  4 1/2"
  • Punch a small hole in the top of all three layers and thread some ribbon through the hole and tie those with another small piece of ribbon.
I hope you enjoyed these Christmas projects.
These can be made with any coordinating paper - the white stars can be changed out for silver stars as well.  That is what is nice about our products - they all coordinate together so it isn't hard to find patterns and colors that go well together.

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  1. So cute....I've got to get to work!!! :)

  2. That is such a lovely card; I can see why it has been a favorite with your friends. Pinned.