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Framed Christmas

November 12, 2019

I wasn’t sure that I wanted to buy the Heirloom Frames and 3D Embossing Folders, but seeing all the gorgeous creations on Pinterest, I decided that I “needed” them.  I have already shared a couple of cards I have made using these dies and embossing folders but today’s card was inspired by one I saw on Pinterest and gave me an opportunity to use part of the Still Scenes bundle I purchased on pre-order.  I embossed Whisper White card using the Subtle 3D Embossing Folder and attached it to scored and folded Cherry Cobbler card.  I cut the trees from Shaded Spruce card using the Snow Globe Scenes Dies and the church images from Cherry Cobbler card using the same dies.  I cut Whisper White card using the rectangle frame and embossed it using the Heirloom Frames Dies and 3D Embossing Folders.  I attached the tree image to the back of the frame before attaching it to the card front using dimensionals.  I attached the church dies together and then attached them inside the frame using mini dimensionals.  I stamped “merry Christmas” from the Christmas Gleaming stamp set onto Whisper White card using Cherry Cobbler ink.  I punched out the greeting using the Classic Label Punch.  When you use this punch with this greeting it matches perfectly along the top and bottom edges.  You are left with little pieces on the end of the label which are not stamped but are easily trimmed to leave just the greeting.  I attached the greeting to the card front using dimensionals.

To decorate the inside of the card, I stamped the greeting from the Still Scenes stamp set onto Whisper White card using Cherry Cobbler ink.

I’m pretty happy with the way this card turned out and thank Elizabeth Price for the inspiration.

Bye for now,


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