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BELIEVE .....

When you need a card in a hurry, this is your one...
It's one of my favourite designs, I first did this card a few years ago, but without embossing powder, now I ONLY do it with embossing powder, it really makes it POP !!!
All you need is the following:-

5" square card
Scrap card for the baubles and sentiment
Ribbon
and not forgetting your fabulous Blizzard and Collage stamps

Ink up your Blizzard Stamp and on a scrap piece of card stamp the design, then using your two favourite colours out of the Limited Edition Set, sprinkle the two colours over the design, shake off the excess and heat set.


From this, punch out two circles. These can then be mounted on the card front, add a bit of thin ribbon, then take two bits of ribbon and tie a knot and stick this just above the bauble.

Stamp the word believe from the Collage set and cut into a banner, cut a larger banner and emboss this, mount the sentiment on top and add to the card. and that's it, a simple little last minute card to make ...

Have a gorgeous christmas everyone
Hugs
Marion xxx

Comments

  1. Super ickle card Marion :)
    Full of Christmas bling!

    Neil

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  2. Love this card sooo much. I like the color of embossing powder you used. TFS

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  3. What a brilliant idea love it...

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