Papercraft Business Challenge: November 2020 – Challenge #33

Another month means another challenge from PaperCraft Business Challenge! Looking for a way to keep track of your card challenges? Check out the Papercraft Business Challenge Planner!

Are you ready to participate in the November 2020 – Challenge #33? The theme for Novembers challenge is “Christmas”.

The prize for this month is Magnolia Designs – Santa’s Sleigh Doohickey. See image here:

Check out my DT entry for this month’s challenge:

I started off with the Altenew Poinsettia 3D Die Set and used some Simon Says Stamp Cardstock in Schoolhouse Red to cut out the petals. I used a scrap piece of Banana cardstock (also from Simon Says Stamp) for the center of the flower. I used a tiny bit of liquid glue to adhere all the layers together for a lush Flower and then set it aside to dry.

Then I grabbed the Honeybee Stamps Garden Lattice Cover Die Set and some really cool gold iridescent cardstock from DCWV and cut that out from my background. I LOVE this iridescent cardstock as it has a really great shimmer in the light when you tip it side to side.

I used a piece of Simon Says Stamp Vellum and then stamped “Happy Holidays” from the Altenew Warm Blessings Stamp Set using Tsukineko’s Versamark Ink. . This is a really nice stamp set with some fantastic fonts for the holidays!

Then I used some of Brutus Monroe’s Icicle Embossing Powder and heat embossed the sentiment, then I set it aside to cool while i assembled my card.

I started by cutting down a piece of Simon Says Stamp Cardstock in Sea to just shy of 4.25 x 5.5 inches. Then I added some glue behind my lattice panel and adhered these together.

Then I grabbed my vellum sentiment strip and used a bit of tape runner on the back side of my panel so that i could fold over the edges of my vellum strip and adhere it to the back easily. I did not add any glue to the front of my vellum panel as I didn’t want glue to show through under the delicate sentiment.

Finally – time to apply my Poinsettia! I played with the angle of the Poinsettia a bit to ensure I kept all the edges on the front of the card panel while not covering my sentiment. Once I found the perfect position I applied some 3M foam tape to the back of the flower as I wanted a bit of dimension on the card. Then I adhered everything onto an A2 sized card base.

And for a touch of extra sparkle, I coloured over the Poinsettia using my Tonic Nuvo Aqua Shimmer pen in Midas touch.


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