We have Christmas crafting on the brain, and today we are making a gorgeous card with the Christmas Wishes 3D Concentric Dies. This amazing die set cuts concentric layers with the most beautiful holiday details. What’s great about the Christmas Wishes 3D Concentric Dies is that they cut, emboss and engrave stunning swags, holly details and more. If you are looking to make show-stopping cards this holiday season then look no further than this die set. If you don’t have them, you can get yours on sale on our website this week only! There are so many wonderful ways to create dimensional cards.
Let’s make today’s Christmas card together!
First use the intricate die to cut a layer out of a piece of red from the Christmas Wishes Matte Foil Cardstock.
Next, you are nesting dies to make a frame.
To make sure that everything will line up, use the intricate die to make sure the nested oval is in the right place.
Remove the intricate die and cut the nested shadow layers to make the die cut.
Add the gold shadow layer die cut to a card base (we used a card from the Christmas Wishes Card Making Kit) with foam adhesive.
Then add the red matte foil diecut with foam adhesive.
Add embellishments from the Christmas Wishes Card Making Kit to the center and bottom left of the card.
Create a holly swag and use a pretty red bow to tie it together.
Add a gold foil flourish and a Merry Christmas sentiment to complete your card.
Now all you need to do is sign, seal and deliver!
You will love all of the ways that you can use the Christmas Wishes 3D Concentric Dies for your holiday cards.
Create shaped cards and embellish until your heart’s content.
Use one color of our buttery matte foil for a stunning tonal look.
Think outside the box and create easel cards with ease!
Oh what fun it is to hand make your cards for Christmas! Enjoy this tutorial on our blog for the next week, and for unlimited access, become part of our community with an AG Membership. You will have crafting on demand and at the ready for you can learn tips, tricks, techniques and expand your crafting horizons. Join us next Tuesday for our next amazing tutorial!