Monday, November 13, 2017

Merry Christmas Poinsettia Card with Interactive Tags - Xyron and Waffle Flower Stamps

Disclaimer Notice: I’ve received products/compensation as part of the  Xyron Design Team. This project however, is 100% my own project! Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. I explain more here.


Hi Everyone!!!
It is beginning to look like Christmas....that is in making Christmas Cards and Tags!
I am so glad you stopped today to see the fabulous mixed media "Merry Christmas" Card with Interactive Tags I created using Xyron products along with Waffle Flower Poinsettia Stamp Set.


Begin your Merry Christmas Card by first distressing pattern paper with a distress tool. Adhere prepared papers to the top of card base using Xyron/Teresa Collins Mega Runner.


Stamp the flower, leaves, stitching and sentiment from the  Waffle Flower Poinsettia Stamp Set. to a torn piece of white paper and punched tag using distress ink.


 Emboss the prepared torn piece using a snowflake embossing folder.
Lightly ink over the top with distress ink.


Adhere distress border and sticker to top of card front.
Add gemstone to sticker.
Adhere to prepared torn piece of paper to top of card front to form pocket.  


Stamp a second poinsettia on white paper; fussy cut out.
Add to front of card at center.
Add gemstone.


Cut one of the Epherema photos from pattern paper.


Interactive Tags:
First the magnetic tag that your recipient will be able to use and second a tag for them to use on a gift.


Add prepared interactive tags to the pocket on front of card.


I hope you are inspired to grab your favorite Xyron and Waffle Flower Stamps to create some fun "interactive" Christmas cards and tags!
ALSO...
Stop by and check out my talent Xyron team mate Jessica today to see what she has created.

Supplies:
May Arts Black Ribbon
Ranger Distress Ink: Mowed Lawn and Red Door
Christmas Embossing Folder
Clear Gemstones
Tag Punch
Distress Tool
4" x 5 1/2" White Card Base

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