Peace On Earth Christmas Card

Hello friends! I'm back to share more Christmas card inspiration with you today on this Day 9 of my 12 Days of Christmas Card Ideas. This Peace on Earth card displays an elegant color palette of white and gold and features the Tim Holtz Bold Tiding Number Three as the focal point.

Peace on Earth Christmas Card


Peace On Earth Christmas Card by Juliana Michaels featuring Tim Holtz Bold Tidings Stamp Set

To create the background for this card I began with a piece of Bristol Smooth Paper cut to 4 x 5.25 inches. I applied Distress Texture Paste over the Flurries Layering Stencil. Once the paste was dry, I splattered the paper with Scrapbook.com Metallic Gold Reinker. I squeezed out a bit of the ink onto my craft mat, added a bit of water and used a paint brush to splatter it onto the paper.


While the ink was drying, I die cut some gold Metallic Kraftstock using the Stunning Snowflake Thinlits Die. I adhered one to each corner using Distress Collage Medium and trimmed off any that was overhanging the edge.


For the sentiment, I die cut a piece of vellum using the Stacked Labels Thinlits (retired). I then stamped it with embossing ink and heat embossed it with gold embossing ink. I definitely recommend rubbing over the vellum with an anti-static pouch before you stamp and emboss.


I finished off the background with some machine stitching using a gold thread and layered this onto a piece of gold Metallic Kraftstock.


Thanks so much for your visit today. You can find more of my 12 Days of Christmas Card Days visiting the previous post if you missed.

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  1. Elegantly gorgeous! I adore the addition of stitching. While it certainly hasn't vanished from the paper crafting sphere, I feel like we don't see quite as much stitching these days as a few years ago. As someone whose style veers on the shabby chic style, I've never stopped loving it and enjoy utilizing stitching on some of my festive makes, too.

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