Tuesday, December 13, 2022

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A few months back at my Christmas in July Customer Appreciation event we made a card with Shimmery White cardstock.  I decided to mix it up, change the colours slightly, fussy cut the sentiment and add an extra pup!

Do you ever revisit a card you love and change it up to create a slightly different version.  Its amazing how many variations you can create from one stamp set, with or without dies simply by changing the colours and sentiment.

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* Brush the Shimmery White cardstock, #101910 with with a Water Painter, #151298 before adding the Parakeet Party coloured trees.  I used the Trees for Sale Stamp Set, #159785.  Then add in the Shaded Spruce detailed trees.  The colour bleeds slightly on the Shimmery White and gives a neat effect.

*  Keep the sentiment in the centre of the card, but change the colour to Polished Pink.  Cut the sentiment strip apart, add in a second die cut image and embellish with your favourite gems.  I used retired  2021 - 2023™ In Color Jewels to match the Polished Pink sentiment.  

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Here's the first card we created in July, which is your favorite?

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