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Tue 02

Merry Christmas Scene...

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Pam here...Where to begin...I heart everything about this Scene! Fabulous dies from Memory Box and Poppystamps...Thistle, Raspberry, Water, Juniper, Licorice and Dove Gray card-stocks, all make for a charming Christmas scene!

 

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I created a Multi Easel, Easel card that folds down flat to mail.  It's 5 1/2 inches square.

New dies I used...
Grand Merry Christmas 98680
Snowflake Burst 98719 (the snowflakes behind the acetate in the window)
Classic Staircase 98665
Frosted Christmas Tree 98668
Bare Sapling 98666 (behind the acetate in the window)
Festive Lights 98662
Christmas Lights Set 98650
Train Set 98710
Christmas Stockings 98727

Dies from past releases...
Graceful Chandelier 98493
Fabulous Phlox 98511 (the branch for the stair garland)
Penne Frame 98387 
Poppystamps - Large Hayward Chair stamp
Poppystamps - Large Hayward Chair die
Poppystamps - Small Madison Window
Poppystamps - Plush Curtains


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Lots of pictures to share so you can get a good idea how to put this card together... I love having this style easel card sitting out for all to enjoy.


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I used acetate in the window to imitate glass...


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Easy to feel the spirit of the season (even in July) when creating with Memory Box and Poppystamps dies! This release is awesome!


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Thanks for stopping by and sticking with me through this long post!  Since it's Christmas in July Blog Blitz for two weeks, there are prizes to be won!!!  Leave a comment on this post for a chance to win a Grand merry Christmas die! You'll love it! Check back and don't miss any posts...we have lots to share with this release and you won't want to miss a one!  : )


 

Comments

Beautiful, this card really tells the story

A work of art!

Wonderfully creative card!

I love your work... always amazes me.

What a great combo of dies used to create such a wonderful scene.

What a fabulous card! You are so clever!

Absolutely beautiful!

oh my!! this looks like it took a while to put together, but it is wonderful!!!!

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