Christmas shaker card with distress ink watercolor background

Hello everyone, in this blog I wanted to share my first ever finished (sort of) Christmas card I made. I made video tutorials of the whole creations of the card and split it in two video’s. The first part shows how I made the watercolor background for my Christmas balls cut-out that made using my Silhouette Curio. To make this background I used distress ink. Here is the video for that part:

When the background was finished I foolishly enthusiastically glued it to my card base which later turned out to not have been such a good idea. But hey, I’m here to try out stuff and experiment and learn as I go. We can only learn from out mistakes.

After the background for my card was finished I proceeded to try and turn it into a snow globe card. You can see how I did that in the next video:

Materials:

silhouette-curio

Silhouette Curio

 

clear_sheet

Clear Craft Plastic

mini-distress-ink-barn-door

Distress Ink mini: Barn Door

 

mini-distress-ink-wild-honey

Distress Ink mini: Wild Honey

 

mini-distress-ink-lucky-clover

Distress Ink mini: Lucky Clover

 

adhesive

Adhesive roller

 

foam-tape

Foam tape

 

glitter-powder-1

Glitter Dust – Holographic Silver

 

cardstock1

Red Card stock, 250 gsm

 

cardstock

White Metallic Card stock 250gsm

 

aquarell-paper

Watercolor paper

 

christmas-stamp

Christmas Stamp

 

heat-tool

Heat tool

 

goldembosspowder

Gold embossing powder

 

versafine-ink-cubes-toffee0

VersaFine ink: Toffee

sizzors

Scissors

 

cut-tool

Cut Tool

 

craftingsheet

non stick crafting sheet

 

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