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Christmas Pines

I love wreaths, I don’t know why but I have one for every season and I’m afraid I would have one in every room if I could find a place to put them. When I saw this post by Mary Fish on Pinterest the first thing I noticed was its beautiful then when I looked closely at how quick and easy you can put this together I went right to work.

The Pinewood Planks embossing folder has been a favorite of mine since it came out and I’ve made cards for every reason and seasons with the Swirly Scribble Thinlits. You won’t regret purchasing the Pretty Pines Thinlit dies they are so delicate and elegant it’s easy to make a memorable card with these dies.

Card Recipe

Paper:

  • Whisper White, 8½ x 5 ½, scored at 4 1/4, 3¾ x 5, scrap for sentiment
  • Soft Suede, 5¼ x 4, 3 x 6 for wreath (cut 2 of the small circles from Swirly Scribble)
  • Mossy Meadow scraps (for ferns)
  • Real Red scraps

Stamp pad:

  • Real Red for sentiment

Stamp set:

  • Christmas Pines (sentiment)

Thinlets:

  • Swirly Scribble
  • Pretty Pines
  • Cupcake Cutouts (for the banner, unfortunately it is retired but  you can just make your own measurement is 5/8 x 4)

Embellishments:

  • Real Red Mixed Satin Ribbon

Embossing Folder:

  • Pinewood Planks

Other:

  • Big Shot
  • Snail Adhesive
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By |2018-10-04T12:55:00+00:00October 19th, 2018|Christmas, Holiday, Trends|Comments Off on Christmas Pines

About the Author:

I am a proud mother of 4 and even prouder grandmother of 5. I started "stamping" over 25 years ago and stopped stamping about 10 years after that because I was so frustrated with my results. Enter Pinterest. Inspired by Pinterest and Youtube I got involved again and oh man am I obsessed! I fell in love with Stampin' Up products after seeing all the amazing cards on Pinterest. I chose Stampin' Up because I love how simple it is to make a gorgeous card with all their coordinating colors and products. Hope you enjoy my website.
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