‘Tis the Season # Elfie

Hello, my friends!

Today I am slightly under the weather but nothing better to cheer you up then some crafting with #Elfie. So this card was created relatively quickly and simply using the Gold Edge Cards and Envelopes, #Elfie stamp set as well as the Jolly Seasons Dies. I love coloring with a Stampin Blend Markers so the # Elfie stamp set is just perfect and not for nothing is it is so cute! 

The card base is the Gold Foil Edged Cards and Envelopes,  The next layer is Very  Vanilla card stock 5 1/4″ x 4″.

Emboss the piece of Very Vanilla card stock using the Swirls & Curls embossing folder.

Stamp the elf stocking image using Memento ink onto your Very Vanilla card stock scrap, color using Stampin Blends. Using paper snips I cut out this image. I now took the Night Before Christmas Designer Series paper and created a 2″ circle with the punch, glue the elf image onto the circle.

Using an additional piece of Night Before Christmas Designer Series paper I cut out three small gift boxes with paper snips.

Using the” ’tis the season” from the Jolly Season Dies and Gold Foil Paper I cut out the sentiment.

I wrapped a piece of Real Red Cotton Ribbon around the Very Vanilla layer with a bow to the left side, I had attached the elf image using stamping dimensionals  over the ribbon, glue your sentiment of gold foil paper onto your Very Vanilla Layer, glue two of the gift packages down to the bottom portion of the Very Vanilla layer the third one in the middle is popped up on a dimensional. Now glue this layer onto your Gold Foil card base.

I hope you have been inspired! Thanks for stopping by!

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Danette@ Savvy Stamps

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