Friday, 24 November 2017

#7 Festive Friday 3 Sided Heat Embossed Christmas Cracker

Hi Everyone,

Welcome to my blog & project number 7 of my festive Friday series.
How the weeks are flying by!! I can not believe that it will be Christmas in about 4 weeks!! I have nearly finished all my Christmas shopping so i am very happy about that :-)

So today i have some very pretty Christmas Crackers that only have 3 sides! I thought it was something a little different to the norm. I have also stamped my crackers and heat embossed them. This is a great way to create your crackers the way you like them. These would be great for gifts or just putting on the Christmas table. I hope you like them.




With the gold cracker i punched the ends with the ticket tear border punch. I really like the way that turned out. Also, you could change the measurements if you would like to have your cracker bigger or smaller.
You will need the envelope punch board for these & if you do not have one....you really do not know what you are missing!!! There really is know end to what you can make with it.

I love these crackers & as i said before, i think they are a bit different having only 3 sides.

DIMENSIONS

Whisper white card measuring 
5" x 8"          OR          12.8 cm x 20.3 cm

Score the short side @ 1 1/2",  3"  & 4 1/2"              OR             3.8 cm,  7.7 cm & 11.5 cm

Score the long side @ 1",  1 1/2"  & 2" on both ends    OR         2.5 cm,  3.8 cm & 5 cm

Please find all the products i used listed below & also the link for my YouTube tutorial.

I will be back tomorrow with Stamp set Saturday!

Love
Ann xx



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3 comments:

  1. These are gorgeous Ann, thanks for sharing this great project with us at All Things Crafty ... xx

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    1. Thanks Emma :-) Glad you like them xx

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  2. Have made lots of them for the Xmas Charity Bazar and have placed inside two mini-Toblerone. Thanks so much Ann!

    Marina (Nabila)

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