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Merry Christmas Card with Julie Nutting

Hope you are having as much fun as I am with my winter holiday crafting... this month the design team will be share lots of ideas for the winter holidays.  Today I have a card using the Julie Nutting Merry & Nice Stamp Set available at Altered Pages!



Supplies:
Julie Nutting Merry & Nice Stamp Set
Dew Drops
Black Ink
Black Embossing Powder
Pens Green & Red
Wink of Stella
Card Base
Red Cardstock
Pattern Paper Christmas Brights
Snow Flakes that Glitter - Laser Cut Paper
Red glitter
Petlaloo Flower
Glue Stick
Double sided tape
Fine Line Glue


With black ink stamp Julie Nutting Merry & Nice Stamp Set, heat emboss with Black Embossing Powder, color with Red & Green Pens.  Add a little sparkle with Wink of Stella.  


With Fine Line Glue  add a bit of Red glitter to the holly berries.


Cut Red Cardstock, Pattern Paper Christmas Brights and
Snow Flakes that Glitter - Laser Cut Paper to layer on
Card Base, adhere with Glue Stick (snowflakes) and Double sided tape.


Attach holly with glue stick and Petaloo flower with Fine Line Glue


Finally, add a Dew Drop to the tip of the hat!

A fun Christmas Card...




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