Season's Greetings - Stephanie Donnini

November 20, 2021 1 Comment

Season's Greetings - Stephanie Donnini

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Uniquely Creative Products Used:

UCD2016 Eucalyptus Wreath Die, UCL1724 Aussie Christmas Laser Cut, UCD1974 Stitched Nesting Rectangle Die, UCMM1750 Christmas Patterns Stencil, Aussie Christmas 3 Patterned Paper, Iridescent Pearls, Foam Squares And Strips.

Other Products Used: 

Navy Cardstock, Watercolour Paper, Distress Mica Stains- Tree Lot & Holly Branch, Iridescent Sequins, Distress Tinsel Glitter, Gold Watercolour Paint, Rose Gold Embossing Powder, Versamark Ink, Heat Gun.




1. Die cut 2 x Eucalyptus Wreaths from watercolour paper, then spray with any inks you may have. Stephanie has used Distress Mica stains as she loves the shine it creates. Set aside to dry.

2. Once dry, adhere the two wreaths together with foam squares in between them. This creates a lovely dimensional wreath, then embellished with pearls and sequins. Stephanie also lightly dabbed glue around the edges and sprinkled on some distress tinsel glitter.

3. Select some red patterned paper from the kit to die cut a bow.

4. For the sentiment, use the laser cut ‘Season’s Greetings’. Stephanie coated it with Versa mark ink, then rose gold embossing powder.  Heat with a heat tool till melted and shiny. Repeat this process 3 times for the best coverage.

5. For the background use the second largest stitched rectangle die on some navy cardstock. Take a separate piece of 12.5cm x 17.5cm navy cardstock, and using the christmas patterns stencil, blend some versamak ink over the stencil openings. This adds some extra interest to the background.

6. Adhered the navy panels together with foam tape, then splatter some gold paint over them. Stephanie did this by diluting the paint then tapping the paintbrush with her finger.

7. Attach the Seasons Greetings laser cut along with the wreath and bow using foam tape and strips. 

1 Response

Bev Page
Bev Page

November 21, 2021

Love your beautiful card and the new kit is great. TFS.

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