Hey folks, I have a little crimbo special all the way from Australia, courtesy of the lovely Preeya of (Up to Some’ink) who is an official contributor on MbM, sharing all her tricks of the trade on card-making! For the last tutorial of 2014, Preeya has created a video showing you how to create some personalised snowflakeinspired Christmas cards – ties in nicely with my watercolour -inspired gift tag printable post last week…..there’s snowflakes in the air (I wish!). Now, I’m probably guessing that most of you have already done and sent out all your cards by now but if there’s a special one still to be made, perhaps this could get your creative juices flowing? Or you can of course, apply the same style and technique to make christmas gift tags or personalised place cards for your big Christmas lunch and dinners! There’s A LOT you can take away with you from this tutorial! And on that note, I shall let Preeya explain the rest….
Thanks once again for having me over on the blog today! It’s always great fun, and I hope you’ll enjoy what I’m going to be sharing with you today. itis something a little bit different! I’ve made a video for you all! Hurrah! I will explain everything in the video (which you’ll see below), but I have a list of supplies below incase you see anything that you MUST have!
Smooth a4 cardstock
Pistachio Pudding ink (Stampin Up!)
Mini Ink Blending tool (Ranger)
Happiest of Holidays Stamp Set (Papertrey Ink)
Liquid Platinum Embossing Powder
MDS software from Stampin Up!
Festive Flurry Digital SU! Stamp set (for use with the above software)
Digital Brush Images ‘stamped’ in Wisteria Wonder and Coastal Cabana colours (SU!) Festive Flurry Dies (SU!)
Quick Stick Tool
Tombow Mono Multi Glue
And here’s the tutorial – just hit play and I’ll take you through each step of the process. Happy Christmas folks and I’ll see you all in the New Year with more card-making goodies! :)