Holiday Pie Card with Foil
This Holiday Pie Card with foil looks delicious and festive! Using the Super Cool stamp set, embossing on some designer series paper, and foil, make this card to bring delight to someone.
Die-cutting a fault line is a great way to show off foil AND dsp, especially with the new Basic Borders dies!
While this stamp set is not an obvious choice for christmas cards, I like to look at stamps from new angles to increase their versatility. Here’s another way to use this set for a christmas card:
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See below for how to create the Holiday Pie Card:
How to make a Holiday Pie Card with Foil:
Cut your cardstock:
- Real Red: 8-1/2” x 5-1/2”, folded at 4-1/4”
- Gold Foil: 4” x 5-1/4”
- Pretty Peacock DSP: 2-3/4” x 5”
- Very Vanilla scraps for the pies
- With Real Red ink, stamp 3+ pies on Very Vanilla Cardstock. Cover one with clear embossing powder and heat it until shiny. Then fussy-cut out the pies.
- Using Versamark ink, stamp your holiday sentiment in the bottom right corner of the DSP. Cover it with gold embossing powder and heat it until shiny.
Create the Fault Line:
- Line the scalloped Basic Borders die across your embossed DSP from the bottom left to the upper right, ensuring you won’t be cutting your sentiment. Then run it through your die-cutting machine.
- Next, glue two of the (un-embossed) pies from the back of each dsp piece, and adhere these down to your gold foil, one on each side so that a fault is created across the center.
- Lastly, adhere your gold piece to your Real Red card base and then add your embossed pie with dimensionals to your card front.
Supplies for this Holiday Pie Card with Foil:
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