The cracker die used to make this is last years Faceted Cracker from John Next Door but the glitter card, the twig die and the poinsettia overlay are new this year.
I forgot to take any construction pictures but it's really very easy to put together as long as you use redline tape, especially if using glitter or mirri card.
This glitter card is a new shade for this year adding to the non shed range from Craft Artist, it's called Gold Blush and has an 'old rose' kind of tone to it. It matches very well with Shell Pink linen card also from Crafts Too. For this project it is teamed up with Mouse Grey linen card and a rose gold mirri card I found in my local craft shop.
The cracker is cut from the glitter card and assembled, it's tied up with silver organza ribbon. For the poinsettia I have cut the base petals in Graphite glitter card with the new Pinstripe Poinsettia die overlay in shell pink. I had to use Glue Glaze to get the card to stick to the glitter card, it's a very strong glue.
The twigs are cut from rose gold mirri and the ivy leaves are cut from Mouse Grey linen card with a hint of silver gilding polish around the edges. The centre of the flower is a bobbly gem from my stash, no idea where or when I got it. All the foliage and flower are stuck on to the cracker with hot glue.
JND139 Faceted Cracker die
JND190 - Pinstripe Pionsettia Die
JNDCC017 - Poinsettia Die (solid shape)
JND187 Twig die set
JND124 Ivy Corner die
CTGFP-07 Blush Glitter Card
CTGFP-10 Monochrome Glitter Card
LKK-A450 - Shell Pink Linen Card
LKK-A451 - Mouse Grey Linen Card
CAT002 - Glue Glaze pen
S57262 - 3D PVA Glue
I would like to enter this cracker in the following challenges:
Jingle Belles - Use Cardstock-no patterned paper......I hope glitter card is allowed
CraftyHazelnut's Christmas - Anything Christmas
Fezziwigs Festive Frolics - Wrap It Up .....a cracker to hold a small gift
Crimbo Crackers - #213 Anything Christmas