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Today's thank you card come from a stamp set in the Mini Catalogue many people may thing is just for Christmas. It's not, woohoo, Stampin' Up!® has included sentiments for use throughout the year. Fantastic eh' So if you took a look at 'Peaceful Cabin' in the catty, take another look see. I've been creating a lot with this set and and will be posting a number of 'not just for Christmas' cards from this set in the coming weeks.
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And here's the card details;
4 1/4 x 5 1/2 Basic Grey card base (5 1/2 x 8 1/2 folded in half portrait orientation)
4 1/4 x 5 1/2 Peaceful Place Specialty Designer Series Paper
2 pieces of 4 x 5 Thick Basic White cardstock (CS) layer one for the trees and one for the cabin
Ink: Tuxedo Black Memento & Evening Evergreen
Peaceful Cabin Bundle (stamp set & dies)
Assembly & Trix:
* Adhere the DSP to the card base with Multipurpose Liquid Glue (glue)
* Stamp the cabin in Memento Ink. ***Trix, stamp close to the top of the 3 inch side of the CS, leaving just enough room for the die cut - this allows for more space at the bottom of the card to be shifted into place with the trees.
* Stamp the 'thank you' sentiment in Memento ink.
* Stamp the trees in Evening Evergreen Ink. ***Trix, same as above, close to the top of CS.
* Line up the cabin and the trees as you prefer and adhere with glue.
* Adhere the cabin and trees to the card base with Stampin' Seal. ***Trix, only use seal the base of the layer because,...............
*** And here's a neat trick, tuck dimensionals in behind the cabin near the top, and the trees near the top. This allows the cabin and trees to be lifted off the card base just slightly to give dimension without bulk at the base of the card. Neat trick from Patty Bennet :)
* Trim off the access CS with paper snips.