Christmas in July | Merry Christmoose

Hello artzy friends… Have you played along with Dare 2B Arzty July Challenge yet? You still have time to join us this month with Christmas in July theme. Today, I would like to share a fun Christmas card idea with you all. Here’s the Merry Christmoose step card.

I used the Center Step Die Set set to make the card base for the Merry Christmoose step card. I cut out a piece of dark red cardstock with the card base die. And then for the background mats, I used one of the pattern papers from the Snow Much Fun Collection Variety Paper Pack. I cut the paper with the layering mat dies that come with the center step die set. I added all the background mats on the card base with the permanent adhesive runner.

I also cut out a heavy-weight vellum paper with the scallop die and added it to the card with vellum adhesive. This vellum background softens the pattern paper a little bit.

I stamped the cute moose with a cocoa mug image from the Christmoose Stamp Set on a piece of heavyweight white cardstock using Arzty Totally Black ink pad. I colored it with artist alcohol markers and then I cut it with the matching Christmoose Die set. I added the moose on the card with thin 3D foam tape.

I stamped the sentiment from the same stamp set with an archival ink pad on white cardstock and then I cut it with the sentiment banner die from the Center Step Die Set. I added it at the bottom of the card with thin 3D foam tape.

I embellished the card with some glitter light blue sequins to embellish it for extra bling to this fun Christmas card. And as you can see, this center step card can be laid flat to fit inside a regular A2 envelope.

I hope this card can spark an idea for you to make some Holidays cards and share them with us by linking it up at the Christmas in July challenge.

Thank you so much for stopping by today. Have a fabulous day!

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