CAS, Christmas, Handmade Cards, Hello Bluebird DT

Hello Bluebird Glad Tidings

My card today features the beautiful new Glad Tidings stamp set from Hello Bluebird. This stamp set has lots of sentiments in addition to the Angel and accompanying images, perfect for CAS holiday cards.

For my background, I cut a rectangle from a piece of patterned paper, which I’d created with a gel press and distress oxide inks. The colours I used are Spun Sugar, Picked Raspberry and Wilted Violet.

I die cut some of the Hello Bluebird Frosty Flakes dies from matte silver card. I adhered them to my card base, along with the patterned rectangle.

Next, I stamped and copic coloured images from the Hello Bluebird Glad Tidings stamp set, then die cut with the coordinating dies.

There are lots of options for the sentiment on the banner. I used my stamping platform to get the placement correct.

I added the Angel and halo to the card, using plain die cuts behind for dimension, then the other images with liquid glue to finish.

Check out the fabulous new release from Hello Bluebird here.


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Gel Press Reusable Gel Printing Plate, 6
Gel Press Reusable Gel Printing Plate, 6″ x 6″
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Glad Tidings stamp set
Glad Tidings stamp set
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Glad Tidings coordinating dies
Glad Tidings coordinating dies
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Frosty Flakes die set
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Disclaimer: Hello Bluebird products kindly provided to me as part of my design team work. All opinions expressed are my own.

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