Welcome to another Create with Connie and Mary Saturday Blog Hop! This week our theme is TRADITIONAL CHRISTMAS COLORS.
I am jumping full force into Christmas now that Halloween is over and one of the first sets that stood out to me was CHRISTMAS PINES.
I fell in love with the die cuts, especially the pine needles. But for today’s card, I went with a wreath using the rounded leaves.
To keep the wreath in form, I die cut a circle to follow. Each set of leaves had the stem trimmed off and was individually glued into place. I added in a few berries and a bow in Real Red for a pop of color then placed the wreath on PRESENTS AND PINECONES DSP.
You can check out the list below for the supplies to make your own CHRISTMAS PINES card in traditional Christmas colors.
STAMPS: Christmas Pines
INKS: Real Red
PAPER: Whisper White, Emerald Envy, Real Red, Presents and Pinecones DSP,
ACCESSORIES: Pretty Pines Thinlit Dies, Large Number Framelits (for the banner), Stampin’ Trimmer, Paper Snips, Bone Folder, SNAIL, Tombow Multi Purpose Adhesive, Dimensionals
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- Yummy Little Christmas
- Holly Berry Happiness Bundle
- Hang Your Stocking Bundle (stamp set on sale this month!)
- Christmas Pines Bundle (stamp set on sale this month!
- It’s A Celebration/Here’s to Cheers Bundle
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Next, let’s check out what the rest of the Design Team has for us today. Click Previous to visit the very talented Mary Brown and Next to see the very talented Debbie Henderson.
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