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Monday, December 21, 2020

White Christmas

I'm dreaming of a white Christmas but here in Oklahoma, I don't know if it will be happening but I'm keeping my fingers crossed.  Today I have one card with two different backgrounds, I couldn't decide which I liked best so I'm sharing them both, which do you like best?
Here's how they were made-

  • Die-cut white cardstock using the Nested Rectangle Small Stitch Die.
  • Die-cut an oval from red cardstock using the Nested Oval Small Stitch Die.

  • Stamp sentiment in the center of the red oval with VersaMark Ink and emboss with clear embossing powder. 
  • Place the red die in the empty space of the white panel and tape the oval into place using removable tape from the backside of the panel.
  • Randomly stamp the branches from the Winter Wonderland set so they are going towards the oval using VersaMark Ink and
  •  emboss with white embossing powder.

  • Apply Moss Color Fuse Ink with a brush to all off the branches, be generous and go outside of the branches a bit.
  • Next use Clover Color Fuse Ink on just the branches, don't go outside of the branches.
  • Finally, apply Basil Color Fuse Ink to just the center of the branches.

  • Stamp from the set, the acorn twice and the pinecone once on white cardstock with VersaMark Ink and emboss with white embossing powder.
  • Sponge both with Cinnamon Color Fuse Ink, cut out, and glue to the card as shown.
  • Pop up the panel with foam squares on a slightly larger white cardstock panel and glue the red oval in the center.  
  • Glue to a red card and you're done!

Have a creative day!

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Cheryl W said...

I love both your cards, but I especially love the one with the red oval. It's so festive!

Jamie Martin said...

Thank you so much Cherly! 😃

Jamie Martin said...

Thank you so much Cherly! 😃