Saturday, December 2, 2017

One Design - Two Ways with Gyspy Soul Laser Cuts


Hard to believe that December is here and in full Christmas mode of decorating, gift buying, wrapping, creating tags and cards to just begin to name a few of the things we have on our holiday to do list. Today though I am sharing with you how to create a Christmas Card and Tag using one design two ways.


Begin by laying your card base and XL Tag on your work space. Adhere layers of paper strips to both to mirror each other. Add a Epherema card to the center of the tag and make sure to use a border punch to give some added vintage feel to both the card and tag.


Adhere a Flourish Frame to card front and one of the Stackable Labels to the tag.


Layer a sentiment to pattern paper and add to front of Flourish Frame with pop dots and repeat by adhering sentiment to front of stackable chipboard piece and adhering it to front of tag.


Adhere a few of the chipboard pieces from the Feathery Flourish Set to both the card and tag.


"With All Good Wishes For Christmas and the New Year Card"


Add a pretty bow and some floral Christmas to the card front along with gemstones.


"Noel Tag"


Add bow to top of finished tag and floral pieces next to the Noel Stackable Label to mimic the card. I hope you recreate this easy and simple Card and Tag designed using one design two ways for some of your upcoming projects. Pam

Supplies:
Gyspy Soul Supplies: Flourish Frame Marie
Chipboard Decorative XL Tag
Stackable Label Shape Set
Feathery Flourish Set
Authentique Vintage Christmas Collection Kit
Clear Gemstones
MayArts Ribbon
Christmas Florals
Scallop Border Punch
1/2" Corner Punch
5" x 6 1/2" Cream Card Base
Xyron Tape Runner
Hot Glue Gun and Glue Sticks

2 comments:

  1. Pam, these are so beautiful! Love the deep colors mixed with the images and GSL Cuts.

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  2. I must say, your creations are unique and stunning for Christmas Cards. I am so impressed with your art work. I hope we will learn the art of making some quick gift ideas for the upcoming Christmas.

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