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Shimmering Holiday Card with Dana


Hello, everyone!

It's Dana here coming back with holiday card today. As you know, our October challenge theme on the WOW Facebook Fan Group is *Shimmers* and here is my inspiration for you.


For today's card, I used only die cuts and WOW! products in my main images. I started by die cutting deers from kraft paper and antlers from kraft paper after adhering double sided tape.


I then rubbed deers with Embossing Pad and sprinkled Aladdin Embossing Glitter and heat set them 2 times using Dual Speed Heat Tool. This new heat tool is strong and fast and makes save my time a lot! And I'm in love with its pretty white design :)


Next, I peeled off double sided tape sheet on the antlers and sprinkled Bridal Sparkles Glitter first and then added Your Carriage Awaits Sparkles Glitter.


I mounted wide double sided tape on the white card stock and die cut into hillside shape. I then made snowy hillside by sprinkling Bridal Sparkling Glitter on it.


Sentiment is white heat embossed onto black card stock with Opaque Bright White. Oh, I added deer's eyes using Nuvo Crystal Drops.


I pulled out bristol paper and sponged Stormy Sky, Dried Marigold Distress Inks for background. I then drew some dots using Embossing Pen and sprinkled White Puff Embossing Powder and heat set them.

To finish, I assembled all elements as shown and mounted them using glue tape and foam adhesive.

Hope you enjoyed this card. Thank you so much for joining me today!

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  1. This is definitely extremely shimmery Dana, and love those cute deer and beautifully framed and coloured background. x

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