Candice Crawford


Hey there crafty friends, Candice here coming onto the blog today to share with you a festive Christmas card using the new Double Joy die from the new release. It's that time of the year to start making our annual Christmas cards and this is my first one for the season. 

To make this card, I used several dies from the new release. The dies that I used for this card are the Double Joy, the Snowflake Background die, Scalloped Stitch Frames die along with the holy die from the new Snowglobe Pop-Up Easel Set. 

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To make the card, I used white, red and green sheets of glitter paper from the Glitzy Glitter Paper pad from Memory Box. I die cute the Snowflake background from silver glitter paper. The word Joy from red glitter paper and the outline from the joy die with plain white cardstock. I die cut the holy and berries from the Cabin Snowglobe Pop-Up Easel die set from green and red glitter paper. Then cut the Scallop Stitched frame for the card using some scrap red and white cardstock scraps. 

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To make this card more interesting I turned into a shaker. The Scallop Stitch Frame die is perfect for making shaker cards. I simply adhered a 3.5 x 4.5. piece of acetate to the frame with some score tape. Then outlined the frame with two layers of 3M foam tape to create my shaker window. I adhered my die cut silver glitter snowflake background to my A2 size white card base using liquid adhesive. Piled on some silver sequins to the center of the card panel then adhered my shaker window. 


Lastly I added my die cut outlined Joy sentiment and the glitter holly and berries to the acetate panel. This card came together rather quickly and is loaded with tons of shimmer and shine. 


Thank you all for joining me today. I hope you found inspiration to begin making your Holiday cards. 

Until next time...happy crafting. 

Candice Floral Signature copy





A beautiful Joyful shaker card! TFS

Hi Candice, I love it, love it, love it !!
Lots of love from Patricia xx

a very beautiful combo of the dies!

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