I love vintage Christmas and this card is pure vintage elegance. Below I have a full tutorial for you.
Warm up your Melting Pot with clear UTEE (Ultra Thick Embossing Enamel).
Take Embossing Ink and smear the liquid all over the inside and sides of a metal cookie cutter with your finger. Next pick out your favorite designer paper (this always takes me the longest). I chose to use Webster's Pages Petite Papers in Waiting for Santa and Sweet Season. Over a non-stick splat mat, place the paper right side up with the "greased" cookie cutter on top. Slowly pour the melted UTEE into the cookie cutter, filling it up about 1/4 inch. Let the UTEE dry and cool.
Once it has set (approximately 5 minutes), pull the cookie cutter up. It should release quickly and smoothly.
Now tear away the excess paper.
You can also use scissors to get super close the resin charm.
Then I took Staz-On in Jet Black and used a sentiment from Pink by Design Stamp set Christmas Wishes: "Enjoy the Magic of the Holiday".
The beauty of stamping on UTEE is that if you want a mistake, it's easy to fix. Using Staz-On Cleanser, and a paper towel, you can gently erase the stamped image and try again.
Next cut your favorite lace image from Paper Lace.
I chose to use this beautiful scrolled image. Using my Gypsy I sized it up to 3.47 inches.
I cut an A2 card from Kraft cardstock and trimmed a mat from my stash. This paper has a beautiful embossed velvet texture.
Next I measured and tied my side decorative ribbon. I wrapped the sheer ribbon with mini holly garland that I bought at Hobby Lobby.
I mounted my mat to my card and tucked the edges of the garland under the ribbon. I used E6000 the adhere the garland to the ribbon.
Then I used Crafter's Companion Stick and Spray to mount the lace to the card.
Then using E6000, I mounted the UTEE charm to the top of the lace.
The dimension is amazing on this card.
I just love the elegance that this card has. I hope you have enjoyed my tutorial and card.
I hope you have a great weekend! Hugs!