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Christmas to Remember

October 12, 2021

I created this card for a sketch challenge on the World Card Making Day group I joined. I began by attaching a piece of the Painted Christmas 12″ x 12″ Designer Series Paper across the bottom of Basic White card. I stamped one of the leaf images from the Christmas Season stamp set onto the Basic White card using Evening Evergreen ink. I stamped the berry image from the Christmas Season stamp set twice onto scrap Basic White card using Evening Evergreen and Real Red ink. I also stamped two other leaf images from the same stamp set onto scrap Basic White card using Evening Evergreen ink. Lastly I stamped the solid pine cone image from the Christmas Season stamp set onto scrap Basic White card using Soft Suede ink with the detailed image over the top using Early Espresso ink.

I cut all of the images out using the co-ordinating Seasonal Labels Dies. I attached the die cut images over the stamped image before wrapping the top of the Designer Series Paper with Evening Evergreen Chevron Weave Ribbon. I stamped the greeting from the Christmas to Remember stamp set onto Basic White card using Real Red ink. I punched out the greeting using the Everyday Label Punch. I punched Evening Evergreen card using the same punch, cut it in half and attached the halves behind the stamped greeting label.

The greeting is attached to the card front using dimensionals. To decorate the inside of the card, I attached a narrow strip of the same pattern Painted Christmas Designer Series Paper to the bottom of Basic White card. I wrapped the top of the Designer Series Paper using the Evening Evergreen Chevron Weave Ribbon. I stamped the ivy leaf image from the Christmas Season stamp set onto the top left hand corner using Evening Evergreen ink which I stamped onto scrap paper first. I stamped the detailed image over the top using Evening Evergreen ink. I stamped the berry image from the Christmas Season stamp set using Real Red ink.

This was a fun card to make with lots of layering to get the focal image. What do you think? Do you love it?

Bye for now,

Kris

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