There is just something so dramatic about a tall card! I love how this turned out! Clean and beautiful! Memory Box dies are so gorgeous!
The Drop Ornament is cut from Memory Box Lagoon Card-stock. I adhered Scor-tape to the color side before I die cut it. After cutting, remove the release paper and glitter with fine clear glitter.
And finish it off with the pretty NEW Merry Christmas rubber stamp. I stamped it in Versamagic Turquoise Gem Chalk ink and heat embossed it with Detail Clear Embossing Powder.
Almost makes a gal want to put up her Christmas tree!!! HOHOHO!
Card Size... 3 3/4 in. x 9 in. fits a #10 business envelope
On the left is the Detail plate and on the right is the cutting die...
Look right there in the middle where they overlap and the camera focused...you can see the detail...looks like corduroy! Click to see it better.
I die cut a Memory Box A2 Parchment Notecard with the Elliana Background die, then embossed the die cut with the Elliana Detail Plate and inked it with Gathered Twigs Distress Ink and the mini ink blending tool. So pretty! Going for a vintage look for this card...
The NEW Poinsettia Bloom Trio die cut from Memory Box Cranberry and Licorice Card-stock just makes me happy! Add the leaves from the NEW Sturdy Stem die, cut in Memory Box Licorice Card-stock and use the pieces separately this time! Love that!
The NEW Merry Cursive die...cut three times from Memory Box Parchment Card-stock, glued together and edged with Gathered Twigs Distress ink. The word Christmas is from the NEW Grand Merry Christmas Script and also cut three times, glued together and edged with Gathered Twigs Distress ink.
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