Gingerbread Holiday Card

By Sharon

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Supplies:

  • ImagineCrafts/Tsukineko: irRESISTible Pico Embellisher: Tuxedo Black, Wedding Dress, Neon Electric Yellow, Neon Electric Pink, Neon Electric Blue; Goosebumps Shimmer, Memento Luxe: Espresso Truffle, Peanut Brittle, Toffee Crunch; Jumbo Dauber, VersaMark, White Embossing Powder
  • Stampendous: Snowflake Stamp, German Glass Glitter
  • Spellbinders: Rectangle Die
  • Sizzix: Gingerbread Man Die
  • Miscellaneous: white cardstock, glue, heat tool

Directions:

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1. Die cut two rectangles from white cardstock. Take one rectangle, center it over your Gingerbread Man die and cut out. Keep the rectangle with the Gingerbread Man.

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2. Ink the rectangle (with the Gingerbread Man cut out) using a Jumbo Dauber first with Memento Luxe Toffee Crunch and then highlighted with Memento Luxe Espresso Truffle inks to darken. Allow to dry or heat set with a heat tool.

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3. Stamp the snowflakes with VersaMark, then heat emboss with white embossing powder.

4. Adhere the inked rectangle die-cut to a white cardstock base cut to the same size.

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5. Ink up the Gingerbread Man using a Jumbo Dauber loaded with Memento Luxe Peanut Brittle ink.

6. Generously spray with Goosebumps Shimmer and sprinkle lightly with German Glass Glitter; allow to dry completely.

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7. Assemble your card by gluing the Gingerbread Man into the matching die cut in the assembled card base.

8. Decorate the Gingerbread Man with a faux icing of different colors of irRESISTible Pico Embellishers.

 

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