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Merry Christmas!

Happy Monday! Its just the start of the week and I am already looking forward to the weekend - a fabulous holiday weekend :)
Today I have a Christmas card to share with you which I made a while back and forgot to share here.

Supplies: cardstock: Elle Erre Fabriano!; stamps: Hero Arts(Lots of Merry), Stampin' Up! (Holiday Wishes); inks:Tim Holtz Distress Inks (Peeled Paint, Shabby Shutters) ; embossing: Versamark ink, Hero Arts white embossing powder; embellishments: Pie Lane Glitter Gems, Pie Lane self-adhesive star crystal, Green gem stones from a local store; Tools: Fiskars Scallop Edge Punch

I have had this Stampin Up! set for like forever but this was the first time it saw the light of the day and I absolutely love the Christmas tree. Both the sentiment and the image is white heat embossed. Then I added some details to the tree with Pie lane glitter gems.

Entering the card in the following challenges:
Mark's Finest Papers - Speedy the Cat's Friends Challenge Week 86~~Make a Christmas Card
Dream Valley Challenge#22 - Christmas
Paper Sundaes Challenge#100 - Celebrate
The Squirrel and The Fox Challenge#7 - Christmas

Hope you like it! Thanks for visiting!

Comments

  1. Very pretty Christmas tree.

    Happy Holidays,
    Georgiana
    Carson's Creations

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  2. Super super color combo..love it..great way to come back...hope you're doing good!!

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  3. Wow! This is lovely Ujjwal! Love the Christmas tree and that beautiful shade of blue! :)

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  4. such a lovely card ...love the tree and the embossing you have done....lovely color combo too!!

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  5. I wouldnt have thought blue and green worked together but you have shown what a delightful creation you can make !
    Cheers
    Sonia
    cardsandschoolprojects.blogspot.com

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  6. Wow !thats a great one !! Loved it !!

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  7. wow beautiful card...love it totally...

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  8. wow.. beautiful card.... love the Christmas tree...

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  9. As usual lovely embossing! Enjoy your holiday!

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  10. Thanks for showing us this wonderful color combo!..Loved the embossed and distressed Christmas tree!

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  11. Pretty card. Thanks for joining us at Dream Valley

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  12. Very bright and cheery. Thanks for joining Speedy The Cats Friends

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  13. Fabbie card!.. LOVE the inking!.. And the tree looks gorgeous! :D

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  14. i like how you popped the tree off the top of the card. Thanks for playing in Speedy's Challenge. Wishing you and yours peace and joy in this holiday season.

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  15. What a gorgeous card, I really love that tree. Thank you so much for joining us at The Squirrel and The Fox for our Christmas challenge. I hope to see you there again soon.
    Tracey
    x

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  16. Very bright and festive Christmas card! Nice work! Thanks for joining us at Dream Valley Challenges.

    Hugs
    Carrie

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