Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Tutorial Tuesday for JustRite Papercraft - Christmas Card Ideas using Background Stamps and Gelatos

Hello everyone!  Today, I have a Tutorial Tuesday project and video to share with you.  Now I know you are probably thinking--wait a minute it's Wednesday not Tuesday LOL.  Yes, we are sorry and apologize for the delay.  The weather in the Midwest has been kind of crazy the past couple of days and our electricity has been out a couple of times.   

For the tutorial I will show you how to use Gelatos with your Christmas Background stamps.  


For the first card I used the CL-02049 Christmas Postcard Background Cling Stamp.  I show how to layer and blend the Gelatos using a Q-tip and baby wipes.  


I used the CL-02063 Ornament Background Cling Stamp for the second card.  This is a quick and easy card and I share how to create a watercolor wash using the Gelatos.

To find out all of the details with a written step-by-step tutorial and lots of pictures and a video tutorial please hop on over to the JustRite Inspiration Blog!

GIVEAWAY ALERT on the JustRite Inspiration Blog!!!

For this week's Tutorial Tuesday Giveaway one lucky winner will receive two Christmas Background Stamps of their choice plus one 4 piece Gelato set of their choice. For your chance to win simply leave a comment on the Tutorial Tuesday post or on Heidi's video (leave a comment on both to double your chances of winning), telling us how many Christmas Cards you make each year and when you normally start making them.

Good Luck and Thanks so much for stopping by today!!

Hugs & Smiles,
Heidi


Supplies
Stamps:  JustRite® Papercraft CL-02049 Christmas Postcard Background Stamp, CL-02063 Ornament Background Stamp
Paper:  Simply Smooth White, Kraft, Red, Light Blue
Ink:  Memento Espresso Truffle, Versa Mark
Gelatos:  Butter Cream, Lime, Spearmint, Green Tea, Pistachio, Red, Gold, Butterscotch, Blueberry, Cotton Candy, Snow Cone, Aqua Dolce, White
Accessories:  The Stamp Simply Ribbon Store-Red Metallic Velvet Ribbon, Light Blue Seam Binding; Ranger-Diamond Stickles; Wood Snowflakes, White Pearl, White Button Snowflake, Bling, White Embossing Powder, Heat Tool, Zutter Distrezz-it-All, Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L™ E-Z Runner®Permanent Strips-Refillable Dispenser 49’

10 comments:

Debbie K. said...

Love your card, Heidi and the tutorial is terrific. I usually try making about two dozen Christmas cards and try starting them around Thanksgiving.

christi said...

I make 50 or so cards. I have already started. i'm a little slow. sometimes i'll do a few stamp a stacks and some times something different. thanks for the tute.

Karen Conner said...

I try to start making cards around July. (I do other projects too) End up with about 50 by the time I mail them. I love the idea of using the post card stamp!

marilynwillauer said...

Lovely cards!!! Love the snow flake one with the faded blues.
I usually make around 10 cards and I wait till December to make, well not really wait, I just realize it's the holidays!!!!

Jan Castle said...

WOW...Christmas already! Your cards are lovely HeidiI make around 10 handmade cards and 100 Christmas newsletters so don't have to think about them until Halloween...fortunately I only make a few Halloween cards...LOL!
Jan

Tina said...

Beautiful and thanks for the tutorial. Good idea to start them now.

Tina
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Sue D said...

Gorgeous cards!

gail said...

i'm so crazy-impressed about the dimension you've created in the leaves. it actually looks like you've cut and adhered additional leaves for the 3-d effect. I make about 35-40 Christmas cards each year.

Anita Braddock said...

Love the card and the great Techniques on how to use the Gelatos. thanks fro sharing

Sandi said...

Very pretty blend

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