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Christmas Season Greetings

October 19, 2021

My Christmas card today features the Painted Christmas Product Suite. I began by cutting Evening Evergreen card using the Christmas Pinecone Dies. I attached the die cut panel to Basic White card and then scored and folded Evening Evergreen card. I stamped two different leaves from the Christmas Season stamp set onto Basic White card using Soft Succulent ink. One of the leaves has two steps and I stamped off the ink for the first step.

I stamped the berry image from the Christmas Season stamp set using Soft Succulent for the stems and Cherry Cobbler for the berries. I stamped one small pine cone from the Christmas Season stamp set using Early Espresso for the detailed image and Crumb Cake ink for the more solid image. All of the images were cut out using the co-ordinating Seasonal Labels Die. I attached two leaves to the top left hand corner of the card front and two leaves to the bottom left hand corner.

I attached a berry image over each set of leaves and added the pine cone image to the top left hand corner. I stamped the greeting from the Christmas to Remember stamp set onto Basic White card using Cherry Cobbler ink. I cut out the greeting using the Seasonal Labels Die and attached it to the card front using dimensionals. To decorate the inside of the card, I stamped the greeting from the Christmas to Remember stamp set onto Basic White card using Cherry Cobbler ink. I stamped the two step leaf from the Christmas Season stamp set next to the greeting using Soft Succulent ink.

A busy kind of card but I love the way it turned out, what about you?

Bye for now,

Kris

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