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Making Spirits Bright Among the Branches

This week’s inspiration challenge at Hand Stamped Sentiments inspired me to create this cute card using the Woodland Embossing folder and the greeting from Among the Branches stamp set.  I fussy cut the cute deer from the Home for Christmas DSP.

Stamping Up Woodland embossing folder and Among the Branches Christmas card

The card base is Very Vanilla, the next layer, 5.25″ h x 4.00″w is Whisper White and I embossed it with the Woodland Embossing folder.   The cute deer are fussy cut from the Home Christmas DSP.  The striped dsp, .25″ h x 4.00″ is also from the Home Christmas DSP pack.  I used a silver foil doily for the greeting and embellished with rhinestones.  Super cute and easy card to create.

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Making Spirits Bright Among the Branches Card

Size:  5.50″ h x 4.25″ w

Stamp Sets:  Among the Branches

Paper:  Cardstock:  Very Vanilla, Whisper White, Home for Christmas DSP

Ink:  Pool Party

Accessories:  Metallic Foil Doilies, Gold sequins, Woodland Embossing Folder, Basic Rhinestones, Silver 1/8″ Ribbon, Glue dots, TomBow Glue

 

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One Response

  1. Your card turned out perfect, Ginny! What a wonderful interpretation of the inspiration photos!

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