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Tue 21

Snowy Tree and Class Photos...



Hi everyone! Pam here...welcome to another Memory Box Blog Blitz post! Are you enjoying all the new dies from Memory Box this year? WOW! I am! So easy to create festive and fun cards with Memory Box products!

The Blitz started yesterday, Monday the 20th and will go through Friday. You have until 11:00 p.m. EST on Sunday, October 26th, to leave comments on all the posts. The winners will be randomly drawn and announced on Monday, October 27th. Good Luck!  Comment on my post for a chance to win the Snowy Tree die!

 I'm sharing a card I made with the technique I introduced in my last video, Embedded Die Cuts, HERE and the beautiful new Snowy Tree dieLove it!

I also used the Beloved Snowflakes die and placed it at the bottom of the card. When you die cut it, there are extra snowflakes!  I used the extras, dots from the waste and a piece that I cut off to create the snowy background.

The swag like snowflakes toward the top of the tree are cut from the inside of the Sparkling Tree Tile die and glued on. So instead of strings of lights... you have a few strings of snowflakes!



It was fun to put unusual colors together.  I used Memory Box White, Sage and Sky A-2 Notecards.

I also wanted to share some photos from two classes I taught on Sunday at Scrapmania in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

The morning class - Winter Wonderland...with 15 ladies creating the cards in the photo below. 





The afternoon class - The Night Before Christmas...with 10 ladies creating the cards in the photo below.

PamSparksNight Before Christmas


Here's Jo Ann working on her Fireplace card...



We had a great time!  Stacy has an awesome store and awesome customers!  Thank you so much for having me!  I'm still smiling!

I'll be teaching two classes at The Scrapbooking Studio in Moline, IL Nov. 8th.  For class info, click on the tab under the blog header!

Well, here we are at the end... remember to comment for a chance to win!  Thanks for stopping by!


Thank you for sharing that you also use the leftover bits from a die - they are a great (free) embellishment!

Thank you everyone!

Love this Snowy tree die and your beautiful creation ! Looks like everyone was enjoying the great card class !

Love your card and the ladies look like they had a great class. Always fun to craft with friends. Hugz

Always love your cards Pam! Great snowy tree! All great cards that you have created. Wonderful work. Thanks for sharing.

Katie B.

Pam, I love this tree die! How fun!

I love the tree! Nice dies...

What beautiful cards! I especially like the embedded die technique.

A very cool tree!!!

Wish I could attend your classes. Wonderful cards.

Trees are always one of my go-to images for holiday and winter cards! Love the green and blue and I love the embedded technique.

This is a beautiful card - so delicate!

Love, Love. LOVE it!

I LOVE all of your cards because they are so creative, colorful and works of art. Thank you for the Embedded Die tutorial I can't wait to use it. TFS and an opportunity to win a great prize, that is like the frosting on the cupcake.

que de belles cartes! bises

Love the inlaid technique you used in your card. Thanks for the inspiration!

The card is beautiful. I wouldn't mind having the die. Or all of them I should say.

The snowy tree die is really pretty - and just how a winter tree should look in my opinion!

Oh how nice, lovely ideas and some very clever cards in the photos. Thank you for sharing

Love the color combinations on the tree card. Great cards.

I love your Snowy Tree card.

Nothing is prettier than snowy trees in winter. This is a fabulous card. I'd have loved to be around all the creativeness in that class!

Wouldn't I love to be in your class! I'd consider myself lucky to win the frosty tree die!

I think the Snowy Tree die is my favorite of the new release. Love the colors your choose for your card.

I will have to use the inlaid technique. I have an older tree die that I can put use as well, but I do like the openness of the snowy tree die. Thanks for sharing.

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