Glittery Christmas Card

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This beautiful card was inspired by a card by Kathleen Wingerson, a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator in the US.  She called it the “packing tape” technique, literally using packing tape, to apply the Dazzling Diamonds glitter (133751),  to the window.  I’m sure I’ll be leaving a trail of dimensional backs and glitter up the stairs when I head up for dinner lol.  I layered gold DSP as my first matte, over the Basic Black card stock base, then cut a hole in the top matte (Very Vanilla – )  using the 2″ punch. To get the raised element around the edges, I scored 1/4″ from the edge on all four sides, using the Simply Scored Scoring Tool (122334).   It’s a good idea to stamp your sentiment now. The sentiment, in Memento ink (132708) , is from the Snow is Glistening stamp set (149742).   I laid a piece of packing tape over the hole, from the back side of the card stock, sticky side up to the front (good side) of the card stock.  Then, I sprinkled the Dazzling Diamonds over the sticky tape, burnished it in with my finger, then shook off the excess.  On a piece of 3×3″ Very Vanilla card stock, I used the Sheet Music stamp (143970), to create, you guessed it, the sheet music, using Early Espresso ink (126974).   I applied snail adhesive to the right side of the music paper, and placed it behind the glittery window.  Before I layered the top matte, I placed a small bow and ribbon “hanger”, then attached the top layer to the gold DSP with Dimensionals.  On the inside, I glued in a piece of Very Vanilla card stock as a liner, for your personal message.

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