How to use your dies and Color Fuse Ink to spruce up patterned paper

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See how we use our Slimline Christmas Tree Die as a stencil, and turn our already amazing Christmas Paper Pads into a simple card that really WOWs! Changing the color of your patterned paper is simple using Color Fuse Inks.

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We love how Allison is always thinking outside the creative box. Christmas trees are one of the most popular designs of the season and there are so many ways you can make yours unique and fun. Today, Allison has given us a fun new trick that’s sure to make our little creative hearts head straight to our craft rooms afterwards to try it out! Follow the steps below and see this amazing die cut paper card come to life! We are obsessed with the dimension and the simplicity of it all! Lets see how Allison made it:

  • Start with die cutting the mini slimline deckle largest die from colored card stock
  • Cut the next size down from festive farmhouse paper pad
  • Glue the deckle panels together and wrap twine and button to the right side. attach to white card base.
  • Die cut Slimline Christmas Tree die. Cut a few extra pieces from bottom of tree and middle
  • Ink up the tree pieces with fern Color Fuse Ink all over and clover Color Fuse Ink on the edges of the tree pieces.
  • Add dimensional tape to the bottom of each tree layer and build tree
  • Attach to card.
  • Add shiny Nuvo drops to holly berries on card and add some extras
  • Glue some xmas embellishments to tree if desired
  • Heat emboss sentiment in white on red card stock and attach to card.

Here is what you will need if you want to replicate this card. After you create something fun, be sure to tag us on instagram and Facebook so we can “ooo and Ahhhh” over your creation! Jolly Crafting!

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