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A Winter Woods Christmas

My card this weeks is inspired by the Inspiration Challenge at Hand Stamped Sentiments.  The image that inspired me the most was the Christmas tree.  I decided to use the In the Woods dies and Winter Woods stamp set.  The sentiment is die cut from the Merry Christmas set and stamped with the Merry Christmas to All stamp set.

I stamped the trees from the Winter Woods stamp set then embossed vellum with the Woodland Embossing  Folder.  I also used the embossing paste on the tree for the snow.  For extra sparkle I added basic rhinestones and the retired medium star punch to die cut two stars from silver glimmer paper to top the tree.

Stampin Up winter woods Christmas card

 

Go to Hand Stamped Sentiments to see more inspiration for this color challenge from their design team.

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A Winter Woods  Card

Card Size:  4.25″ H x 5.50″ W

Stamp Sets:  Winter Woods, Merry Christmas to All

Paper:  Cardstock:  Whisper Shaded Spruce, White, Vellum; Silver Glimmer paper

Ink:  Shaded Spruce, Pear Pizzazz, Real Red

Accessories:  Basic Rhinestones, Woodland Embossing Folder, In The Woods Dies, Merry Christmas dies, retired Medium Star, Embossing paste and tools, dimensionals

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