Cardmaker Magazine & The Project Bin Blog Hop

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Happy Friday to you! Welcome to my stop on the Cardmaker Magazine & The Project Bin Blog Hop. If you didn’t get here by way of Kelly’s blog, you can find the whole hop list on the Cardmaker blog, so you don’t miss a bit of the fun!

Today I have a patterned paper card to share with you, and I’m using the Joyful Song Stamp Set from The Project Bin for my sentiment.

Cardmaker Magazine & The Project Bin Blog Hop

First, I trimmed down the Woodgrain Embossed Cardstock to fit on my A2 card base, then die cut the red patterned paper with the Stitched Rectangles Die.

Next, I cut the music patterned paper to fit on top of the red, and die cut the window using the Stitched Arch Die. The inside of the window looked a little bland, so with the help of a Sizzix Texturs embossing sandwich, I pressed a stitched pattern into the red paper without cutting through.

Then, I heat embossed my sentiment with White Embossing Powder and Tonic Nuvo Clear Mark.

Cardmaker Magazine & The Project Bin Blog Hop

The music patterned paper had a poinsettia image on opposite corners, and since I used one corner for my card already, I decided to fussy cut the other poinsettia and add it to my design next to a bow of jute twine.

Cardmaker Magazine & The Project Bin Blog Hop

To put all the pieces together, I layered the music paper on top of the red, then the red on top of the woodgrain. Using a few strips of Foam Tape, I adhered the panel to my card base.

As a finishing touch, I added sparkle and shine with some Nuvo Crystal Drops in Red Berry and Golden Sunset, and Glitter Accents in Fresh Snowfall.

Cardmaker Magazine & The Project Bin Blog Hop

I hope you enjoy the rest of the Cardmaker Magazine & The Project Bin Blog Hop! Your next stop is Stasia’s corner of the web.

If you liked the post today, please share the love by pinning to Pinterest! Happy hopping!

<3 Niki


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24 Comments

    1. Me too, Denise. I love the entire Christmas Delivery line – and that’s saying something, since I’m super picky when it comes to printed papers & embellishments 🙂

  1. What a stunning card… with that music DP which fits the stamp so well. I love the overall design of your card, too.

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