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November 21, 2016

Today is the beginning of the Extravaganza of discounted product and today starts with a Flash Sale of additional products which are only available today.   I’ve made my list, double checked it and sent it off.  What about you?  All ready to save some money!  One of the products available to purchase during this Extravaganza is the Christmas Stocking Thinlits dies at a whopping 30% off.

By chance this week I received an email from Amy and Debbie at Crafty Person with a download for a card using these thinlit dies.  I changed my card a little but I was grateful for the inspiration.002

I embossed Whisper White card using the Cable Knit Embossing Folder and wrapped it across the centre with the Gold 1/8″ Ribbon.  I attached the embossed card to Cherry Cobbler card and then to scored and folded Tip Top Taupe card.  I cut Whisper White card with one of the larger ovals from the Stitched Shapes Framelit Dies and stamped the greeting from the Hang Your Stocking stamp set using Cherry Cobbler ink.  I attached the stamped oval to a scalloped Garden Green Oval cut using one of the Layering Ovals Framelits Dies.  I stamped the stocking from the Hang Your Stocking stamp set onto Whisper White card using Garden Green ink and cut it out using the matching Christmas Stocking Thinlits Dies003The toe and heel piece as well as the single flower were stamped onto Whisper White card using Cherry Cobbler ink and cut using the matching Christmas Stocking Thinlits Dies.  I attached the stocking to the Whisper White oval.  I cut the stocking hanger from Cherry Cobbler card and attached it to the top of the stocking.  I actually think this was the one thing that “finished” the card.  To decorate the inside I attached a narrow strip of Cherry Cobbler card behind one long edge of Whisper White card which is embossed using the Cable Knit Embossing Folder.  I stamped the ivy leaf and berry images from the Hang Your Stocking stamp set onto Whisper White card using Garden Green and Cherry Cobbler ink and cut them out with the matching Christmas Stocking Thinlits dies before attaching them to the embossed card.

I love this card, what about you?  Maybe I have inspired you to add the Christmas Stocking Thinlits Dies to your stamping supplies.  In case you missed the list yesterday, you can check out the PDF here.

Please remember that if you want to purchase the Stitched Shapes Framelit Dies, you need to place your order today as the item number is being turned off tomorrow until more stock arrives.  Just proves how popular and fantastic these dies are.

Bye for now,

Kris

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