“The Magic of Christmas” Magic Card

“The Magic of Christmas” Magic Card – Tag and Card Project

the magic of christmas final

This tag was made for the Mod Squad Challenge “Tag It!” where we were to create a tag. We could make just a tag, any size, or attach one by using a little pocket on the card.   (Sadly, this site is no longer active.)

I’ve included a picture of the tag, the card itself (with the tag hidden inside the pocket), and various pictures of what the card looks like as you pull the tab on the tag.  Below are larger photos of each individual shot above.

Detailed instructions can be found HERE under my “Tutorials” tab.

The stamps I used for this project are from the Stampin’ Up “Star Santa” set.  I used Stazon black ink for the image and greeting.  Copic markers (R59, G29, Y17, E53, R20, N0, C1, and C3) were used to color the image.  Cardstock used was white and Gina K Cranberry Tart.  I used Spellbinders A2 Matting Basics A dies (4th and 5th from center) and a Creative Memories circle punch.

A card posted by David Maynard on StampTv and a You Tube video called “Magic Card With Dawn” inspired me to make this card. (Thank you David and Dawn!)








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5 thoughts on ““The Magic of Christmas” Magic Card

  1. I hope you realize that this is totally magic to me. I am patiently waiting for the tutorial but for now, you pulled a rabbit out of a hat and I am sitting here with my mouth hanging open! LOL


  2. Pingback: Holiday Boutique at Rolling Green Golf Club | I Played With Paper Today!

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