by Steph Ackerman
The holidays are almost here and there is nothing as iconic for Christmas as a gingerbread house during the holidays. When the kids have outgrown this tradition, it is still possible to recreate the fun by using your craft supplies. In today’s project, I used StazOn Studio Glaze to fill in some of the details of this gingerbread die.
Time: 1 hour
Using Spellbinders dies which includes two layered pieces, die cut the Gingerbread House from Rinea’s Glossy Mocha/Gold Foil. Die cut the second Gingerbread House base piece from Rinea’s Glossy Copper/Gold Foil. Use On Point Glue to adhere the layers together.
Using StazOn Studio Glaze in Valentine, add color to the candy dots in the Gingerbread House.
Continue adding color using assorted StazOn Studio Glaze colors between the die cut elements of the Gingerbread House. Allow each color to dry before moving onto the next color.
Cut cardstock and pattern paper to fit a 5″ x 6 1/2″ card base. Die cut large ovals from cardstock and pattern paper. Ink the edges with VersaMagic in Gingerbread, then adhere to the card. Stamp the phrase with VersaFine Clair in Fallen Leaves, cut to fit and mat with cardstock.
Adhere the Gingerbread House and phrase to the card with foam adhesives for dimension. Finish the card with any additional personal touches!
- VersaFine Clair – Fallen Leaves
- VersaMagic Ink – Gingerbread
- StazOn Studio Glaze – Cotton White, Gothic Purple, Orange Zest, Gold, Silver, Valentine
- On Point Glue
- Rinea Foiled Papers – Earth Tones Foiled Paper Variety Pack
- Bazzill Cardstock – brown, white
- Graphic 45 – Pattern Paper
- Spellbinders Dies
- Hero Arts Stamp
- Foam Adhesives
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