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NaBloPoMo Day 29: Joyful Christmas Cards

I can’t believe that tomorrow is already the end of the NaBloPoMo challenge! One last final post and I made it!!! But let wait for tomorrow before celebrating my achievement! LOL !!! I have two cards for you today, made with the same stamp set “Joyful Christmas”. That set is on sale for 3 more days for only $14.67! Get it here!

For the first one, I used the Petals a Plenty embossing folder in the background. I used the Gold metallic ink to stamp the poinsettia and leaves and cut them with scissors. The greeting is from Petite Pairs.

Joyful Season Petals a Plenty

The second card is really simple. I used the Oval Framelits to cut out the Oval on Early Espresso card stock. The poinsettia is stamped with Versamark and heat embossed with Gold embossing powder. I used a thin strip of Gold glimmer paper to make like a ribbon. I used the Owl builder punch to cut small circles in Gold Glimmer paper to glue in the center of the Poinsettia.

Joyful Christmas Gold


Stamp set: Joyful Season, Petite Pairs, Voeux Mignons

CS and paper: 1- Crumb Cake, Gumball Green, Cherry Cobbler, Whisper White, Season of style DSP

2- Natural Ivory, Early Espresso, Daffodil Delight, Cherry Cobbler, Gold Glimmer paper

Ink: Gold Encore metallic ink, Cherry Cobbler, Versamark, Gold embossing powder.

Tools: Large Oval Punch, Oval Collection Framelits Dies, Petals a Plenty folder, Owl Builder punch

Accessories: Glimmer brad


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