I love the look of vintage for Christmas. You’d never know that by my house or even Christmas tree, but I do!
So whenever I get the chance to make a vintage card or tag I’m all in! I saw this Pointsetta tag on Pinterest the other day and knew I had to remake it. Well I don’t have a cool new Pointsetta punch like the one Stampin Up has put right now, but I do have the Petal builder punch! I got it out and got creative. Here’s a step by step to the final project!
First I punched six of each size of the petals and folded them in half. Then I inked the edges of each one in Cherry Cobbler. I punched a 1 inch circle and glued my base flowers down. Each layer after that was glued in between the lower levels’ petals.
Then using an EK Success mini blossom punch I punched out a flower and rolled it with my stylus. This makes it easier to glue to middle of the blossom together. In the end I ended up gluing a button here, but I thought I’d show you.
So here’s what it looked like BEFORE I attacked it with the Studio G red glitter glue. So innocent!
Ok jump back to the tag – I grabbed some cereal box cardboard, cut it to size, glued a piece of card stock and then rolled it down. I found this helps get bubbles out. I make sure to cut the paper 1/4 inch over the edge so I can use a file along the edges. This gives a finer edge.
Ok after some glitter glue, a rolling of a Stampin up antique stamp with Brown Stazon and hitting it with the Vintage Photo Destress ink. I found some vintage lace, added some Stampin up washi tape and came up with this!
I love how it came out! On to the next tag! Have a magical day!