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Bring on Christmas

September 28, 2021

Today’s card uses the Sweets & Treats stamp set from the July to December Mini Catalogue. I love that this set can be used for birthdays as well as Christmas. I attached a piece of Tidings of Christmas 6″ x 6″ Designer Series Paper across the bottom of a Cherry Cobbler panel. The panel is cut using the largest rectangle from the Scalloped Contours Dies and attached to scored and folded Thick Basic White card.

I cut Basic White card using one of the Stitched Rectangle Dies and stamped the greeting from the Sweets & Treats stamp set across the bottom of the panel using Cherry Cobbler ink.

I stamped the cake plate image from the Sweets & Treats stamp set above the greeting using Smoky Slate ink. I stamped the Christmas Cake image from the Sweets & Treats stamp set onto the cake plate using Smoky Slate ink. I coloured the images using Light Smoky Slate, Light Crumb Cake, Light Soft Suede, Dark Cherry Cobbler and Dark Shaded Spruce Stampin’ Blends. I attached the stamped rectangle to the card front using dimensionals. To decorate the inside of the card, I stamped the Christmas cake image from the Sweets & Treats stamp set onto Basic White card using Smoky Slate ink. I coloured the image using the same Stampin’ Blends as I used on the card front. I attached a narrow strip of Cherry Cobbler card behind one long edge of the same pattern Tidings of Christmas Designer Series Paper. The panel is attached across the bottom of the stamped Basic White card.

Simple but sweet, don’t you think?

Bye for now,

Kris

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