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Sunday, 27 May 2018
Christmas Card Club #11- Christmas Trees
I've used both options, and the first one is a card I case'd from one I saw Gina K of Stamp TV make, using one of her own stamp sets.
The sentiment is from Phill Martin, Scribbled Christmas Petite set.
A few baubles added to the tree with Red & Gold Stickles. The embossing folder used for the mount piece is from Crafts Too.
This is a Sweet Poppy stencil called Mistletoe tree, and was done using home made glitter paste.
Some half pearls finished them off.
Another Sweet Poppy stencil, Snowflake Tree, this time in silver glitter paste, and a few acrylic gems for some extra sparkle.
I'm looking forward to seeing everyones take on the theme. I missed the Christmas Wreaths week, while I was on holiday, and the next one, Sentiment as Focal Point, due to a burst water pipe- not indoors I hasten to add, but a lot of upheaval nonetheless. I'll be trying to catch upon those challenges, as I have many wreath stamps and dies I'd love to use, and the Sentiment one is a style I've been meaning to try for a long time.
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