How to Make Christmas Berries with Red Dew Drops

Hi Friends, Karen here today…Let me show you how easy it is to use red Dew Drops to create holly berries and quickly embellish Christmas cards.  This is a great way to give added dimension to your handmade cards this year.  Time to ‘Deck the Halls’ and get creating!   Robins Red Dew Drops Directions: […]
November 21, 2020

Hi Friends,

Karen here today…Let me show you how easy it is to use red Dew Drops to create holly berries and quickly embellish Christmas cards.  This is a great way to give added dimension to your handmade cards this year.  Time to ‘Deck the Halls’ and get creating!

 

Robins Red Dew Drops

Directions:
1.  Stamp the pine branch using green & brown ink overlapping the edge of the linen paper.  Repeat stamping the design being sure to rotate and angle the stamp differently with each new impression until the background is filled.


Unfortunately…my brown ink pad was dry so I colored directly
onto the stamp with a brown marker.

2. Stamp a Christmas greeting onto red card stock and fussy cut it.
Next, adhere it to the center of the card using foam tape.
3.  Cut some holly from green card stock, add faux stitching detail with a thin black marker, and adhere the holly cluster.  Finally, use clear adhesive to attach the red faux berry Dew Drops.

A Closer Look:

If you would like to see more of Karen’s amazing creations,
visit her blog at Art & Soul.
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