Tutorial – 3D Forest Christmas Card

So, here we are as promised – the video tutorial for my 3D forest card made for The Artful Stampers And Pootlers Blog Hop last week.

This one was a first for me and I was pleasantly surprised how well it turned out – I am planning on making some different ones in the future. As I am writing this, I am waiting for my doorbell to ring with my delivery of the new products for January and I have quite a few ideas of what I can create.


Back piece – 5 x 7″

Side Sections (x2) 5 x 3″ – Score every 0.5″

Middle pieces – 7 x 2.5″, 7 x 2″, 7 x 1.5″

Front piece – 5 x 7″ – Cut centre out, leaving a 0.5″ border (instructions in video)

Whisper White cardstock for stamping the Christmas trees

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  1. So very beautiful!!!! I really hope I can do it! Your video is great so I have a good chance to be successful. Thank you for sharing.

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