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A Snow Swirled Christmas

Well as usual I am behind on my Christmas cards.  But with the Snow Swirled stamp set I was able to make some elegant Christmas cards very quickly.  I used the SU kraft brown paper and made each card with one ink color .  Super simple!  I hope you’ve already mailed your cards for the holidays and not doing it at the last minute like me.

Snow Swirld Christmas cards

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Stamp Sets:  Snow Swirled, retired So Swirly jumbo wheel (a good substitute would be the Whimsy wheel)

Paper: SU cardstock kraft brown, SU Old Olive , SU Very Vanilla and SU Ruby Red texture

Ink:  SU classic ink pads Real Red, Soft Suede, Old Olive

Accessories:  SU wide oval punch, SU scallop edge  punch, SU dimensionals, SU 1/4″ real red grosgrain ribbon, SU jumbo wheel, green and gold ribbon, green and red self-adhesive gems

Techniques: stamping, tearing edge

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