gel-a-tins DT gelly jr "Winters Pine" Card

2:09 AM SharonCallisCrafts 9 Comments

Here is another super cute gel-a-tins gelly jr festive stamp.  It might be small at 2 x2 but it packs a bit punch!  . This stamp is called 'Winters Pine' and I used it to add some dimension to this simple card.


Products used

gel-a-tins gelly jr 'Winters Pine' stamp
K&Company 'Swell Noel' 12x12 Paper Stack
Xyron 9" Creative Station
Foam pads
Glue Pen
Glue pad
White Embossing Powder
White Glitter
A5 Card

How It's Made

Cut out the base pattern paper and run through the Xyron 9" Creative Station and place on the front of the card.  Cut out the church from the left over paper and adhere to the front using foam pads.


Stamps the gel-a-tins 'Winters Pine' stamps and the little star onto matching blue paper and heat emboss with the white embossing powder.  Cut out and stick to the card using foam pads.


Cut out the sentiment from the paper pad and add to the top right corner using foam pads.


Finish the card by drawing along the roof tops and hill edges with the glue pen and sprinkle with glitter.



And that's it.

To buy this amazing stamp set please go to http://gelatinstamps.com/ . For more ideas and inspiration you can visit the gel-a-tins blog at http://gelatinstamps.blogspot.ie/ and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/gelatinstamps .




9 comments:

  1. Oh I will be visiting again soon. Love what I am seeing on this blog.

    thank you so much!!
    Kimberly
    http://scrappingrookie.blogspot.com

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  2. What a pretty card hun. Already a follower but been too long since i visited. xxx

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  3. i do like that a lot, love the blue colour fab christmas shade x

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  4. Lovely cards and scrapbook pages on your blog xxx

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  5. Very cute and I love the touch of glitter x

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  6. This is so stunning card. Beautiful design. How can i design like this for the Plastic Card? I appreciate this.

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  7. Use of trees and dear..they way you embellish your card impresses me a lot...I suggest yo should try your creative skills in designing plastic cards....

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  8. Hi Sweet Fairy and Zmalik, Do you mean plastic like acetate or shrink plastic?.

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