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Home for Christmas

Home for Christmas is what we wish for our military men and women.  However this wish may not come true but we can remember them by sending them holiday cards.  The American Red Cross and Pitney Bowes have teamed up to invite the public to “Send a Touch of Home”to service men and women.  Wouldn’t it be nice for them to receive a holiday card handmade by you?  To get more information on how to send holiday cards to our soldiers go to http://www.redcross.org/holidaymail.  Our soldiers will appreciate it.

Yesterday my friend and I stamped with her new Christmas stamp set Home for Christmas. We saw this card on Stampin’ with Jaydee’s blog and decided to try making cards based on hers.  She did a beautiful job with her snow.  Here’s is my Home for Christmas card.  I hope this inspires you to make your own holiday cards this year.

Home for Christmas card

Stamp Sets:  Home for Christmas

Paper: SU cardstock Always Artichoke, Real Red, Kraft brown, Soft Suede, hostess level one Meadow Moss paper

Ink:  SU clasic ink pads Chocolate Chip, Real Red, SU water color pencils, SU blender pens

Accessories:  SU dimensionals, SU white embossing powder, SU heat tool, SU 5/8″ Real Red grosgrain ribbon

Techniques: stamping, water coloring, embossing

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