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Mon 06

Let It Snow Florentina Wreath Trio
by Anne Thompson

In keeping with Snow Cards as this month's Challenge theme on the Outside the Box Blog, I  have a trio of Let It Snow cards today that feature the Florentina Wreath.

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This design is another example of one that can be made easily in multiples.

For the first card on the left I used a Pool notecard.  The second is a white notecard covered with bright red cardstock from the BERRY RED COLLECTION SP1001.  The third is a white notecard covered with the darkest blue cardstock from the OCEAN BLUE COLLECTION SP1005.

I thinned out some white watercolor paint and splattered it on the front of each notecard and set them aside to dry while cutting out everything else.  I used white cardstock for multiples of the FLORENTINA WREATH 94592 and the two parts of LET IT SNOW POSH SCRIPT 934583.

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I used a glue pen to layer two of the wreaths together for each card and to adhere them to the card fronts.  The glue pen came in handy again to put the two layers of the Let It Snow sentiment together which I added to the card fronts with dimensional foam dots.

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The finishing touch for each card was to add CHRISTMAS FAIRY CRYSTALS CRY102.

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These are cards I can send anytime in December and throughout the winter--which in Maine can last through April!  And they will work as Christmas cards, too.  Gotta get my envelopes addressed and stamped and cards in the mail soon!!!

Happy Crafting!

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