Have you ever tried coloring with die-cut before? It is quite fun and easy.   It also brings the beauty of the die to live.  For my tutorial today, I am sharing a set of 8 die-cut holiday cards colored in Copic.  But you can achieve the same result with any coloring mediums – colored pencils, ink pads, and even watercolor.  For my cards, I used Watching Deer Circle with Snowy Tree Circle die sets from Memory Box.  The yellow background was ink blended with Hero Arts’ Ombre Spring Brights.  The sentiment is from Altenew’s Holiday Wishes.

    This post is also part of my Cards for Little Hearts’ Winter-Theme & Holiday Cards Collection.  We are in the last week of the collection.  The card drive will end promptly this Friday, November 1st.

    Card |  Die-Cut Holiday Cards In Copic

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    DIRECTION

    1. Create an A2 size (4-1/4″x5-1/2″) side folded card base using Salsa cardstock.
    2. On a 3.5″x3.5″ white cardstock, cut out the deer circle and color. Copic combo: E42, E55, E57.
    3. Cut out a rectangle frame using white cardstock.
    4. Cut a second rectangle frame and ink blend in a yellow sky.  Adhere to the back of the tree-deer frame with foam tape.  Then, adhere to the card front with double-sided tape.
    5. Pipe on “snow” with white enamel accent to the yellow sky to complete the scene.

    Cards for Little Hearts

    Here is another look at all the card designs I have created for my Cards for Little Hearts’ 2019 Winter-Theme & Holiday card drive.  Click on each photo to take you back to each individual tutorial post.  Thank you so much to all my crafty friends that take part in this collection.  I will post an update with photos of cards received later in November prior to the delivery.

    Christina Hor

    Christina is a mother of three, a card maker and a self-taught artist who loves to spread joy and kindness to others through handmade cards and arts. In 2015, Christina joined a group of Heart Center nurses at Nationwide Children’s Hospital (NCH) to bring comfort to bereaved parents with personalized, handmade sympathy cards and discovered the deep impact a handmade card can have on the babies’ families, helping them to grieve in a healthy way. Wanting to spread smiles and hope to other heart patients and their families at NCH, on Thanksgiving Day, November 24, 2016, with the assistance of several fellow crafters, Christina launched the first winter-themed holiday card drive on her hobby blog Christina Hor Designs and Cards for Little Hearts (formerly known as Hug a Heart) was founded. Christina resides in Ohio with her husband Kan (Pediatric Cardiologist at Nationwide Children’s Hospital), two daughters and son.

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