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Most Wonderful Time

November 4, 2021

Yesterday in my Facebook Live, I shared several cards I created using the Classic Cloche Bundle. You can find this bundle in the July-December Mini Catalogue. I wasn’t immediately drawn to this stamp set but I am glad I gave in and purchased it! For this card, I cut Smoky Slate card using the cloche die form the Cloche Dies and then embossed the panel using the Painted Texture 3D Embossing Folder. I stamped the cloche image from the Classic Cloche stamp set onto Very Vanilla card using Early Espresso ink and attached it behind the window in the Smoky Slate card using dimensionals.

The whole panel is attached to scored and folded Thick Very Vanilla card. I cut the solid shelf panel from Early Espresso card using the Cloche Die and the detailed shelf panel from Gold Foil card. I attached the two images together before attaching them to the card front across the bottom of the cloche opening.

I also cut the half round image in the Cloche Dies from Early Espresso card. I trimmed the rounded edge off the die cut and attached it across the bottom of the shelf images to create the look of a “stand”. I die cut Old Olive card using the large and small tree dies from the Cloche Dies. I layered the trees inside the stamped cloche image. I tied a knot in a length of the Cherry Cobbler & Gold Metallic Ribbon and attached it to the front panel on the top of the cloche opening. I stamped the greeting from the Classic Cloche stamp set onto Very Vanilla card using Old Olive ink. I trimmed the edges on the diagonal and attached the greeting to the card front. To decorate the inside of the card I stamped the greeting from the Classic Cloche stamp set using Smoky Slate ink. I die cut the three larger trees from Old Olive card using the Cloche Die and attached them to the lower left hand corner.

Bye for now,

Kris

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