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"No Peeking" Panda Christmas card
November 22, 2019
Hello everyone, its Karen again from @Karens_Kardzz and Ive got a No Peeking Panda Christmas card to share with you today that has a fun inside surprise element.
If you would like to see a video of how I made this card,
you can see it in HD HERE
I started this card by cutting a card front that is 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 from white cardstock. The base is 4 1/4 x 11.
I started working on the card front first so it would have time to dry. I white heat embossed a selection of snowflakes all over the front. I used the snowflakes from Simon Says Stamp Lots of Snowflakes set, but you could use whatever you have. Then I ink smooshed the card front with Distress Oxide inks in the colours Tumbled Glass, Shaded Lilac, and Blueprint Sketch. Once I had this looking the way I wanted it to, I spritzed the front with Tsukineko shimmer spray in Sparkle. I set this aside to dry.
Front of the card with snowflakes
I took my images from three Gerda Steiner stamp sets - Lovely Pandas, Peeking Friends, and Puppy Kisses for Santa.
I used all the pandas, but for the one holding the balloon, I used a baby wipe to remove any ink from the balloon or string. I wanted him to look like he was standing by Santa, waiting for his turn to give Santa a hug! I coloured all these images with copic markers and I have listed the markers I used down below.
Since I dont have the dies, I fussy cut out my images. For the Peeking panda and Santa that go on the card front, I didnt want the copic markers to show through to the inside when you open the card. To get a matching cut, I used temporary tape to adhere another piece of cardstock to the back of my coloured image, and then cut through both pieces of cardstock together.
Cutting through two layers of cardstock
I creased the card base at 2 3/4 in from both ends and then used a bone folder to really crease the folds.
Crease card base at 2 3/4" from both ends
On the inside, I placed the word Joy from the Simon Says Stamp set Stained Glass Greetings and stamped this in Versafine black ink. I coloured this in with a red Tombow marker so it wouldnt bleed through to the back. I used a red copic marker and coloured a scrap strip of cardstock. I stamped this with Versamark ink and white heat embossed the sentiment -May your Christmas be filled with. I trimmed this down and adhered it across the word Joy with double sided tape.
I stamped a few more snowflakes on the inside front panels in Tumbled Glass Distress Oxide ink and then sprinkled them with some Hero Arts Sparkle embossing powder and heat set them.
Then I cut my snowflake card front in half at 2 3/4. After making sure I had these with the snowflakes lined up the way they were stamped, I adhered these to the front folds of my card base. I placed 1/8 double sided tape along the coloured peeking pandas paws and placed him on the card front near the top. I glued the matching blank back piece and adhered it to the back of the panda so he was white when you open the card. I did the same with the peeking Santa, placing tape just on his mittens.
Adhering the back of the peeking Santa
On the inside, I placed my images where I wanted them to be and glued them down into place. I was careful to keep the standing panda to the right of the front fold. The Santa with the puppy was just slightly on the fold and I had to work to make sure he was creased very well, using a bone folder and pinching the crease. I found I had to keep working at this crease, but it eventually works out.
Showing the crease line with images attached
For the sentiment on the front of the card, I stamped the No Peeking from the Peeking Friends stamp set in Blueprint Sketch Distress Oxide ink onto white cardstock. I had a die in my stash that I used to partially die cut the ends into fishtails, but you could easily do this with scissors if you dont have a die. I also cut one slightly longer out of silver foil cardstock and adhered these together. I then used double sided tape to adhere my sentiment to the card front.
I love that this card is still 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 and fits into a regular A2 sized envelope, yet it has such a fun surprise inside and lots of room to write a message. I hope youll give it a try!
Copic markers used:
Santa: E000, E00, R20, R39, R25, R35, YR23, N6, N4, N2, C2, C0
Dog: E35, E53, E51, R20, G99, G94, G82, YR23
Pandas: N6, N4, N2, N0, R20, C2, C0
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