Friday, December 4, 2020

Winnie North Pole - Production Line

Welcome back!!  Today I'm showing you how to make your sentiments look like chipboard.  I did a tutorial like this last year but I didn't have the great 120lb paper that I've used this year.  

I used this Merry Christmas die and cut it 5 times with 120lb cardstock and then cut a layer of Bazzill navy blue cardstock once more.  When I was finished, I adhered them and stacked layer by layer.  You could do even 3 layers plus your color making 4, and it still looks quite high. 

Here is a closeup view of all my layers.  Each piece is also a lot lighter than chipboard or wooden pieces so even tho they might seem bulky, they're a great weight.

I've coloured on some glitter using a glitter stick and added Stardust Stickles to anything white.

This image is just adorable and she's from the new Winnie North Pole collection called "Santa's Workshop Production Line" which also includes an svg file.  AND!!!!  Yes there's more, you can even buy the pre-coloured image for a quicker card.

I just HAD to add the gum drop!!!  Again, you can see where I've added some of the Stardust Stickles.  I feel like Christmas and glitter are best buddies.  🤣🤣

It is a little difficult to take photo's of the whole slimline card but I LOOOOOVVEEE making them!!  

Hope you and yours are all doing well and staying safe.
Thanks for coming by,


YG03, 63, 67, G99
V12, 15, 17, 09
R22, 24, 29, 59
Y00, 11, 15, YR23, 24
RV63, 66, 69
C00, 0, 1, 3, 5
B91, 93, 95, 97, 99
E11, 15, 17, 18, 19
E33, 35, 57, 79
E50, 51, 53, 55

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