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“Happy Holidays” 5 x 7 Card

Happy Friday Everyone! Priscilla here from Nubble  Light Designs. Today I am sharing yet another 5 x 7 card. I think I’ve become obsessed with these larger cards!!! Today’s card features a snowy holiday feel and showcases a beautiful 5 x 7 foliage frame. And for an unexpected addition to the color scheme, I strategically turned up the leaves of this frame just a tad to reveal an underlying bright red pop of color.



I used the newly released  Kat Scrappiness 5 x 7 Foliage Frame Die, along with the new “Happy Holidays” Word Die with Shadow. Note that this 5 x 7 Foliage Frame Die is also available in A2 and Slimline sizes.



Card Details:

  • Created an A7 white card base (10″ x 7″, scored at 5″) to make a side folding 5 x 7 card.
  • Adhered a layer of bright red cardstock onto the 5 x 7 card base.
  • Die cut the Foliage Frame and sponged 3 Distress Oxide inks to color it: “Evergreen Bough,” “Chipped Sapphire,” and “Black Soot.”
  • Sprinkled white acrylic paint over the whole die cut to create the feel of snow.
  • Adhered the finished Foliage Frame over the red cardstock layer and popped up the leaves just slightly to reveal a hint of the red below.
  • Die cut “Happy Holidays” from the same red cardstock and layered it 3 times for added dimension.
  • Used a white gel pen to add a touch of “snow” on the tops of the letters before adhering the sentiment to a vellum die cut shadow.
  • Adhered the sentiment/shadow to the center of the card.
  • Dotted the “i” in “Holidays” with a white Chilly Willy Sprinkle and sprinkled some more around the card front for a finishing touch.


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