Polar Party Candy Card

polar party candy card close up

Today I thought I’d show just how easy and quick it can be to put together a card using some of the candy I made for the swaps.

I’ve also included in the recipe, details of how I put together these two pieces of candy.

polar party candy card

Recipe
Stamp set: Polar Party (W122675 or C122677)
Cardstock: Pool Party (124391), Regal Rose (108612), Whisper White (106549)
Ink: Regal Rose (105211), Black Stazon (101406), SU Markers (119806), 2011-2013 In Color Markers (123002)
DSP: 2011-2013 In Color Patterns Stack (122384)
Punches: Extra-large Oval (119859), Doily Triple Layer (122465)
Sizzlits Die: Lots of Tags (114508)
Other: Mini Brads (122941), Dazzling Diamonds (102023), Clear Rhinestone Brads (113144)
Tools: Big Shot (113439), Paper Piercing Tool (116631)

The card blank is a large square of Pool Party, matted with Whisper White card and Pool Party DSP. For the top candy, one of the penguins from the Polar Party set was stamped onto Whisper White card with Black Stazon ink, coloured with Markers (Pool Party, Regal Rose and Daffodil Delight and punched out with the Extra-Large Oval. Dazzling Diamonds were added at the penguin’s feet and a Mini Brad was added for the hat’s pompom. A shaped oval tag was die cut from Regal Rose card and the image popped up on dimensionals onto it, then popped up on dimensionals onto the card front. For the lower candy the sentiment was stamped in Regal Rose ink onto a strip of Whisper White card shaped into a banner. This was matted onto a Regal Rose strip shaped in the same manner. The Doily Triple Layer punch was used to punch a solid doily of Pool Party card and a lacy doily of Regal Rose card. These were layered together and over the end of the sentiment and a large Clear Rhinestone Brad used to secure them all together. They were then popped up on dimensionals on the card front.

Sara xx

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