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Wonderful Christmas

September 20, 2019

I have already shared a card with you that I created using the Most Wonderful Time Product Medley and this is another one.  This card is loosely based on one of the examples shared on page 39 of the Holiday Catalogue.  I embossed a piece of Old Olive card using the Pinewood Planks 3D Embossing Folder.  I attached a narrow strip of the striped Gold Foil card from the Medley to the left hand edge of the embossed card.  The panel is attached to scored and folded Thick Whisper White card.  I cut Whisper White card using 5th largest die from the Rectangle Stitched Dies.  I stamped the greeting from the Most Wonderful Time stamp set using Real Red ink.  I stamped the tree image from the Most Wonderful Time stamp set using Old Olive ink onto Shimmery White card. I used an Aqua Painter to move the ink around to colour the image.  I cut out the tree using the co-ordinating Most Wonderful Time Die and attached it to the stamped rectangle.  I wrapped a length of the Tinsel Trim from the Medley around the rectangle before attaching to the card front using dimensionals.

To decorate the inside of the card, I decided to cut a circle from a scrap piece of card using the 4th largest circle from the Layering Circle Dies. I attached the scrap card to Thick Whisper White using repositional glue and sponged Old Olive ink inside the circle.  I also stamped the small tree from the Most Wonderful Time stamp set using Old Olive ink before I removed the mask.

I love how this card turned out but, to be honest, it bears little resemblence to the card in the catalogue, however, it did inspire me to create.

Have you checked out this medley yet, if not, maybe you should.

Bye for now,

Kris

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