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Stampin' Up! Transfer Adhesive Sheet Tree!

Hey there! I have another card from my Christmas in July class to share with you today, again inspired by the talented Jackie Topa:

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I wasn't sure about Transfer Adhesive Sheets when I first saw them in the catalog. The word "transfer" threw me off. I thought, "to run through the copier?" Stampin' Up! tucked a package of these in our pillow gifts in the Incentive Trip, so when I saw Jackie's tree with the gold glitter it all came together. These are fun and so affordable! Just $6.95 for a package of twelve 5 3/4" x 7 3/4" sheets.

When you make this card, be sure you add the In Color Sequins BEFORE you sprinkle the adhesive sheet with glitter. If you add the glitter first, you will have to use Tombow glue to adhere the sequins. MUCH easier to apply the sequins first!

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Inside we are using the Evergreen stamp set, which is retiring on August 27th, along with the rest of the Holiday Carryover List. You can view the list by clicking on this link: Download Holiday_Carryover_2014_US-5

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I really like the combo of the Strawberry Slush card base with Very Vanilla/Gold Glitter/In Color Sequins. It's a fresh, modern look for a Christmas Card, but also a bit 60's retro!

That's all for now. I'm including the supply list for this card below. You can click on any image to go to my store or click HERE:

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Carol Carriveau

Gorgeous! Thanks for sharing your tips!

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