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Paper Cutz Challenge Blog: Challenge #118


I'm re-posting this for Challenge #118 on Paper Cutz Challenge's Blog.  

The base of this card is a piece of green Papertrey Ink cardstock cut at 8 1/2" x 5 1/2" and folded in half.  I cut a piece of blue cardstock from The Paper Company's Value Pack at 2 1/2" x 5 1/4" and ran it through my Sizzix with my Cuttlebug Snowflakes A2 embossing folder.  I then used my ATG gun to attach it to the top half of the base of the card.  I used a piece of DCWV paper from their 12 x 12 Glitter Stack paper pack, cut it to 2" x 5 1/4", used a Fiskars' Threading Water boarder punch on it and attached it to the bottom half of the base of the card using my ATG gun.

I used my Cricut Expression with my "Winter Frolic" cartridge and The Paper Company Value Pack cardstock and cut the ornament at 3 1/2".  The hook and the star on it were cut with DCWV white glitter paper from their 12x12 Glitter Stack paper pack.  I attached the ornament to the card using 3D-Dots.

To finish it off I used a stamp from My Pink Stamper's Christmas Wishes stamp set with a Stampin' Up! Craft, Whisper White, ink pad.

Happy Holidays To ALL!!!!

Happy Crafting!!!!

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  1. Fantastic card!! Love the embossing and the ornament. Thank you for sharing your card with us at Paper Cutz Challenge!!!! :)

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  2. Nice card. I like the embossing , colors, & ornament ! Thanks for joining the Paper Cutz Challenge

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  3. Beautiful card. Love the embossed background. Thanks for joining us this week with Paper Cutz. NancyD

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