Hey there! It's the 15th, so it's time for the Stamper's Dozen Blog Hop again! yay!
If you are already on the hop, you've probably just come from Laura Miligan's blog, I'd Rather Bee Stampin'! It's such a privilege to be a part of this hop every month with such lovely lady stampers! To continue on the hop, be sure to click on the "next" icon and the bottom of this post!
November's theme is Christmas/Holidays, so I used the Christmas Greetings Thinlets, Little Letters Thinlets, and the Festive Flower Builder Punch with Red Foil Paper for my creation:
The secret to keeping all of my CHRISTMAS letters straight? I cut a strip of Whisper White 5 1/2" long by about 3/4" wide to adhere the letters with my Fine Tip Glue Pen, then adhered the entire strip to the card front!
After I punched Red Foil Paper leaves with the Festive Flower Builder Punch, I scored down the center of each petal with the Simply Scored and stylus so I could gently fold the leaves for dimension. An Iced Rhinestone finishes the center.
Inside I used a sentiment and holly from Embellished Ornaments.
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Click "next" to proceed on to see what Judy Garza has created for us!
To create your own Merry Christmas card, purchase your supplies from my online store: www.carolpayne.stampinup.net
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That’s all for now, until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! Day!
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