A Fun Way to Use Enamel Dots to Create Unique Holiday Cards | Lydia’s Crafty Corner VIDEO

by Lydia Evans

Hello there, everyone! Lydia here. Today I’ll be sharing a fun way to use your enamel dots to create fun, focal sentiments. I’ll be using the Classic Alphabet Die Set and various enamel dots for both of my projects today.

To start, I cut the letters needed for the sentiments using Classic Alphabet Die Set from Gold Foil Cardstock. I didn’t cut the ‘o’, instead, I used this as a guide for my wreath. I adhered the die-cut letters in place with glue tape, placed my ‘o’ into place and drew around it with a faint pencil line.

After removing the die, I then set about constructing my wreath using enamel dots. I used the pencil line as a guide so my wreaths would stay circular. For the ‘Joy’ card, I used Green Fields Enamel Dots and Ruby Red Enamel Dots to add a touch of color (from Red Cosmos Enamel Dots).  For the ‘Noel’ card, I used Our Family Enamel Dots. This has a great mix of colors that I thought worked well for a more modern feel.

To see how these cards came together, please watch the video below or over on YouTube:

Thanks so much for stopping by!

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Classic Alphabet Die Set
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Red Cosmos Enamel Dots
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Gold Foil Cardstock (10 sheets/set)
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8 comments

Pam December 6, 2019 - 10:39

How adorable!

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Andre M. December 6, 2019 - 11:09

Love this neat idea, thanks for sharing.

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Sticker Lady December 6, 2019 - 12:48

Makes me wanna make my own dots.

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Barbara-Jean Kubik December 6, 2019 - 14:16

Great idea. Takes a lot of patience, I imagin3!

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Karen Barkman December 6, 2019 - 14:54

A darling idea!

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Daria Z. December 6, 2019 - 16:54

Lovely cards, Lydia!!

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Carol McCready December 7, 2019 - 02:23

Very fun idea.

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Inkin' Chickie December 8, 2019 - 09:53

Enjoyed the video and liked the idea for the use of the enamel dots.

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