Country Christmas Card

Creative Tips:

1. Are you without Christmas Designer Paper? No problem, think outside the box and use something from your stash. The tree is wearing Love Note DP mounted on a background found in the Play Date DP pack. Nothing like a traditional green and red for the holidays!

2. The Victoria Crochet Trim adds a sweet country look to any Christmas card.

3. The Finial Press Embossing Folder added the perfect finishing touch to the card. Doesn’t it look like an embroidered quilt in the background?

4. How about a matching tag? Isn’t the miniature tree the cutest? My favorite is the Eyelet lace skirt on the tag.

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Card Recipe:
Stamps: Many Merry Messages (116586)
Paper: Very Vanilla (101650), Riding Hood Red (111348), Pear Pizzazz (119795), Early Expresso (119686), Love Letter DP (117162), Play Date DP (117168)
Ink: Pear Pizzazz (119784), Early Expresso (119670), Early Expresso Stampin’ Write Marker (119680)
Accessories: Linen Thread (104199), Victoria Crochet Trim (118481), Very Vanilla Taffeta (109071), Finial Press Embossing Folder (115963), Big Shot (113439), Eyelet Border (119853) and Scallop Square (119884) Punches, Stamping Sponges (101610), Dimensionals (104430), Glue Dots (103683), Sticky Tape (104294)

Blessings,

Dacia Smith

 

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3 thoughts on “Country Christmas Card

  1. The pieces of the tree are Love Letter DP. I’m using an origami fold. Each layer begins with a square and folds vertically horizontally, and diagonally. Push each side inward to form a triangle. Fold the front flaps down to the vertical crease and you are finished. Vary the size of the triangles to create the tree any size you wish. Mine is 2″, 1 3/4″, and 1 1/2″. Happy folding.

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