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Wed 05

Pine Frame Christmas Card
by Sara Cook

Hi everyone.  I am reusing this design from last year but with the new pine Needle Frame die makes this card design sooo much easier. This card is quick but stunning using the Festive Glitter pad paper.

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Die cut the Pine Needle Frame for the dark green and Champaign paper from the Festive Glitter pad.  Glue the green on top of the champaign die cut upside side.  Adhere 2 layers of 1/8" paper strips to the back of the frame to give a little more hight.

To create the background ink blend a A2 panel Pine Needle Distress Oxide ink, ink blend heavier towards the outside and light in the center.  If the center is not light enough you can always ink blend white pigment ink in the center.  Ink blend the edges with Black Soot Distress Oxide ink.  Add some paint splatters with light gold paint.  

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Die us the Keep Christmas Curled Scrip from the champaign paper from eh Festive Glitter pad. Adhere to the center of the panel.  Adhere to a A2 white card.  Adhere the Pine Needle Frame to the front card.  Add a sentiment to the inside from the Sweet Christmas clear stamp set.

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Comments

This is really pretty Sara! I love how you did the frame in two colors! I want to do that now!

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