Sunday, December 30, 2018

Helz Cuppleditch - Christmas Village Singers

Hi everyoneSmiley from Millan.Net

Today I am sharing my last Christmas card from 2018.

This card uses the most recently released Helz Cuppleditch Christmas collection called 'Christmas Village' sold under the brand name 'Trimcraft' which includes diecut decoupage images, paper pads in various sizes, toppers, buttons, twine, bells, wooden shapes, felt toppers, pearls, stickers etc. etc. - everything you need for your crafting projects.  I am just using the diecut decoupage and papers.  Please note that I have no connection to the artist or Trimcraft other than just being a big fan of Helz Cuppleditch's artwork.

I am also popping my card into the following Challenges (click on the underlined links to take you to the Challenges):

Craftyhazelnut's Christmas Challenge 418 which is 'Anything Goes' as long as it's Christmas.  Optional theme is any Christmas or New Year card.

Splitcoaststampers - Free for All Friday F4A460 - Holiday Card Show Off 2018 which is to show off your Christmas, Hanukkah, Winter or Holiday cards.

The decoupage images came already diecut so it was easy to just pop out the pieces and put them together using dimensionals.

The designer papers are also from the same Helz Cuppleditch collection.  I trimmed the base dotty paper on the card base to 1/18" using my Perfect Layers Tools.

I added the teal organza ribbon in 2 separate elements and the bow itself was made using my Bow Easy.  I attached the bow using Helmar 450 quick dry adhesive. 

Here is a 2nd version that I did with a light teal satin ribbon and different snowflake dies:

I had a bunch of snowflakes that I diecut from silver glitter cardstock a while ago ready to use on my Christmas cards (sorry, I don't know which dies I used) and glued them on using Tombow Mono Aqua glue then added Kaisercraft silver rhinestones to the centres.

The sentiment is also from the same Helz Cuppleditch collection which I popped up on dimensionals.  Lastly, I glued my card front to a cream cardstock base using Tombow Mono Multi glue.

The image came already glittered but unfortunately you can't see it in the photo - however, it does look very pretty in real life.   It was super-windy and hot so I had to take the photo on my decking table in the shade out-of-the-wind where the light wasn't so great and I couldn't retake the photo the next day because it was Christmas Day.

Thanks for stopping by!


Card Recipe:

Stamps and Ink:  None

Designer Paper:   Trimcraft - Helz Cuppleditch 'Christmas Village' 8" x 8" pad

Accessories:  Trimcraft - Helz Cuppleditch - 'Christmas Village' diecut decoupage, Big Shot, dimensionals, Kaisercraft silver rhinestones, cardstock - cream card base and silver glitter, Kokuyo tape runner, Tombow Mono Multi glue, Tombow Mono Aqua blue, Helmar 450 Quick Dry adhesive, Perfect Layers Tools, version 1 - teal organza ribbon and version 2 - pale teal satin ribbon, Bow Easy

Dies:  Various brands of Snowflake dies

1 comment:

Susan Renshaw said...

What a lovely scene!
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