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Merry Christmas Card with Isha Gupta

 Hello everyone. Hope you are enjoying our September challenge over on facebook and the theme is "Christmas". It's perfect time to start on the Christmas cards for sure :) I love lots of sparkle in my cards for the holiday season.

 I used Sunny Studio Christmas Trimmings, Classy Christmas, Season's Greetings stamps and dies along with the Fancy Frames Rectangle dies.

To start, I stamped the pine leaves using WOW! slow dry ink and embossed them using the Green Glitz and Aventurine embossing powders. Mix of colors gives additional interest to the image. I die-cut the frame, dabbed slow drying ink and sprinkled Sparkling Snow embossing powder. Heat emboss.

Take a watercolor mat layer and smoosh some watercolors to create the background. Once dry, adhere the pine leaves. Now adhere the frame.

Stamp the berries and die-cut. Stamp the sentiment and emboss it using Metallic Platinum embossing powder, die-cut. Adhere to the mat layer. 

To finish, adhere the mat layer to a blue/green card base. Hope you liked my creation. Have a nice day!

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  1. Gorgeous Gupta and love the foliage and berries with that beautiful scalloped frame, and the platinum embossed sentiment is such a pretty font and a good size too. A stunning Christmas card. x

    1. Sorry Isha, I didn't look at your name properly! x


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