Christmas Trees

how’s this for cutting it close? i have under four hours to get this posted to the Jingle Belles christmas card challenge where the theme is oh christmas tree; rushed for time, i made a quick and easy CAS card.

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i saw this cute tree die on one of jingle belle stephanie’s fun cards in november so when i saw the impression obsession die set at my local stamp store in december, and it was 30% off, i quickly added it to my basket. you might recognize the merry sentiment that i’ve used quite a bit; it’s a Wplus9 die and everything was cut from green glitter paper. the background was created with distress inks on 140 lb. cold press watercolour paper.

i’m also playing along with these challenges:

scrappymo’s Rudolph Days Challenge – anything goes
addicted to stamps and more #178 – holiday
Simon Says Stamp – anything goes

thanks for popping by.

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12 thoughts on “Christmas Trees

  1. ohhhhhhhhhhhhhh my gosh that background is COOL!!! of course, you kinda already had me with the green GLITTER PAPER diecuts, but the background is the kicker for sure! so pleased you could rock around the christmas tree with us at JINGLE BELLES! ♥

  2. Your background is beautiful. I so love the subtle shading! The wee trees and Merry cut from that glitter paper really sparkle!

    Thanks for taking part in the January Rudolph Days Challenge.

  3. Cute cute cute … I adore those little glittery trees … and I’m always glad when my enabling results in an awesome holiday card … so very glad you joined us at jingle belles.

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