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A Toile Christmas

Thanksgiving is in a couple of days and it’s going to be a small celebration with just my sister, my husband and me.  But we’re grateful we’re healthy and together.  This weekend I’m in Christmas card making mode and one of the cards I’m going to duplicate is the card I created based on this week’s Hand Stamped Sentiments sketch challenge.  I used the Toile Christmas stamp set and Christmas Cardinal Dies.  I also used the Woodland embossing folder and the Toile Tidings Designer Series paper.  The green tag behind the cardinal I die cut using the Tasteful Labels dies.  The ribbon is 3/8″ Real Red Sheer ribbon. The cardinal is stamped with Real Red ink.  Difficult to see but I also colored the cardinal with Clear Wink of Stella.  The sprig and greeting I stamped with Garden Green.

I also used the Sprig punch to die cut gold foil sprigs and red basic rhinestones to embellish the berries.

Go to Hand Stamped Sentiments to see what the design team has created.

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Christmas Toile  Card

Card Size:  5.50″ H x 4.25″ W

Stamp Sets:  Christmas Toile

Paper:  Cardstock:  Very Vanilla,, Christmas Toile DSP; Gold foil

Ink:  Real Red, Garden Green

Accessories:  Cardinal dies, Woodlands Embossing Folder, 3/8″ Real Red Sheer ribbon, Clear Wink of Stella

 

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