Monday, December 2, 2013

The twelve Days of Christmas feminine and masculine card tutorial

Hi everyone :-)
Here are some suggestions for Christmas cards using left overs papers.
Used The Twelve days of Christmas collection from Graphic 45.


Video tutorial

1, card is in a feminine style and measure 6 x 4
Used some left over fussy cut outs and cardstock cut outs.

Some more fussy cut outs and Happy Christmas die from Cheery Lynn

Video tutorial for making this cards

2. Card is in a masculine style 6 x 4 card and build up with layering papers.
Chipboard cut out in the center.

" Secret " Pocket under the paper layering
On the end of the secret tag I used a ornate metal label holder.


Inside the card

Supply list :
The Twelve Days of Christmas collection, Chipboard  and cardstock cut outs and ornate metal label holder from Graphic 
Cheery Lynn die, ribbon, Score tape and board. Glue, Claudine Hellmuth multi matte and Zig pen.
Papers can be found at Kreativ Scrapping
Regarding questions there is a video where frequently asked questions are answered and here is the link,
For other questions they will be answered here on my blog where I will post new questions that has not been answered before.
Here is the link,

Hope this give you some ideas and thanks for stopping by :-)
Hugs, Anne



5 comments:

  1. WOW, Anne! Så fantstiskt! Du är verkligen en inspiration för mig och många andra...du är så duktig! Tack vare dig så kan jag nu göra små ljuslyktor till mina barnbarn för att hänga i granen och lägga julpengarna i, tack tack och ett stort julklem till dig!
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  2. I just love this paper set; I am working with it too right now. Wonderful cards! I always like seeing what people come up with for guys; they are so hard to make cards for! I love yours!

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  3. I love this card, Anne, it is great! Hugs Annie

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  4. I loved your card creations...especially the masculine version. I never made hinges for a pocket before but I will in the future. I love learning new tricks. Thank you for sharing and for the video tutorial. I learn best by watching vs just reading.

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  5. Anne I so love your work. Your an amazingly talented artist. Merry Christmas and a Blessed New Year to you. Sincerely, Mary (Abbygirl sb.com)

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