Guest design - Christmas slider card

October 06, 2017


Hello there!

Kamila here, and today I have once again a pleasure to guest design for GSD. 

This time I have for you a fun slider card using the Reindeer and a Tree stamp set.  




It was great using Oxide inks to create the background so fun and quick! 




I hope you will enjoy the video!



supplies:
GSD - Reindeer and a Tree stamp set
Oxide inks - Broken China, Salty Ocean & Wilted Violet
Lawn Fawn - Slide on Over die set
bristol cardstock
alcohol markers

Have a wonderful day!

- Kamila




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