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Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Feels Like Frost Designer Series Paper, Christmas or Winter Card, Sympathy Card

I found this card on the internet and there was no link to it at all.  I have no idea who the original artist is of this card.  If you know, please let me know so I can give them the credit that is due to them.  

The base of the card is a folded half-sheet of Whisper White card stock.  This card is folded on the left and it opens on the right.  On top of the card base is a 4-1/8" x 5-3/8" piece of  Night of Navy card stock.  And on top of that is a 4" x 5-1/4" piece of Designer Series Paper (DSP) from the "Feels Like Frost" 6" x 6" pack.  There's SO many images in this pack and on the back side of the images you will find white and silver designs.  All different on too.  There's 48 pieces in the pack. I thin I might use this paper to make our Christmas card this year. I usually make a snowman card but I might change it up this year.  This piece of DSP was textured using the "Subtle" embossing folder.  I did have a little bit of trouble getting my tape on the back because of the texture and the silver.  

I took another piece of the DSP that has the pretty giant dandelion looking images on it.  I cut it to 2" x 4-1/4".  I cut a 4-3/8" x 2-1/8" piece of Night of Navy for the back layer. 

I tied bows around it using the "Polka Dot Tulle" ribbon and the SO pretty "Seaside Spray Metallic" ribbon.  I tied them in a knot. I did add a couple of small glue dots on the back to hold the ribbons in place.  Not that the added Dimensionals wouldn't have done it (DUH!).

I set the panel in place on top of the textured piece using Dimensionals.  And that was it.  Words could be added. I would do them before the texturing or do them separately.  But as is, this card can be used as a Christmas card, a thinking of you and even a sympathy card.  It's got that somber look to it.  It's a very quick and easy card to make.  I needed that tonight, I'm running behind.

Thank you SO much for stopping by today,
Wanda

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