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Happy Monday everyone!  Today's card is another card design that will be made at my Christmas Stamp-A-Stack on Tuesday, October 30 and Thursday, November 1.  To find out more about this event, please to to my EVENTS CALENDAR.
I CASEd this card from another demonstrator, Dora Visky.  As far as I can tell, she doesn't have a blog.  This card features two Holiday Catalog sets.  They are Watercolor Winter (p. 14) and Greeting of the Season (p. 8) sets.  I stamped the outline holly/berry stamp in Garden Green ink across the top of the Whisper White layer.  I then inked up the leaves of the bold holly/berry stamp with a Garden Green marker, stamped it onto a scrap piece of paper, and inked up the berries with a Riding Hood Red marker.  Then, I stamped it over the lined images to color them in.  I stamped off the leaves first so the green would stamp lighter so the green outline would show better.  I used the Stamp-A-Ma-Jig (p. 7 in big catty) to line everything up, too.  I then attached it to the top of the Garden Green layer.
I then ran a narrow strip of Garden Green card stock through the Big Shot (p. 186) with the Petals-A-Plenty Impressions Folder (p. 189).  I then attached it to the bottom of the bigger Garden Green layer.  I then put a narrow strip of Riding Hood Red card stock between the stamped Whisper White piece and the embossed Garden Green piece.  Then, I attached it all to the Riding Hood Red card base.
The Riding Hood mat for the greeting was die-cut using one of the Apothecary Accents Framelits (p. 191).  I then inked up the greeting with Garden Green and Riding Hood Red markers, and stamped it onto Whisper White card stock.  I then attached it to the center of the Apothecary Accent, and then onto the center of the narrow red strip.  Lastly, I attached two Large Pearl Basic Jewels (p. 175) to each end of the Apothecary Accent mat.
Stamps:  Watercolor Winter and Greetings of the Season sets
Ink:  Garden Green Classic ink pad; Riding Hood Red and Garden Green Stampin' Write Markers
Paper:  Riding Hood Red, Garden Green, & Whisper White card stock
Accessories:  Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine, Apothecary Accents Framelits, Petals-A-Plenty Impressions folder, Stamp-A-Ma-Jig, and Large Pearl Basic Jewels

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  1. Sorry. It was Julie B's blog where I saw your file folder card set. This is such a cute idea and I would love to see more projects.


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