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Wednesday, 4 November 2015

Festive Fireside Framelits Dies meets Versatile Christmas

Today I am sharing with you a card I made a while back, keeping it in reserves for a day when I needed something to hand ... and today was that day.
We are still reeling from the death of our beloved dog, Hamish, but I deal with things by crying my eyes out and slobbing abut for 2 days, and then I plow myself into my work!
So today I have designed and prepped 7 cards that I will be filming tomorrow, ready for uploading to youTube .... now it is highly unlikely I will be missing a post tomorrow, since on average, it takes up to 24 hours to upload a video ... the joys of rural life, with no fibre Optic Broadband lol.
But I will do my best to will the video upload by sheer mental concentration .... but you may have to expect that not to happen ... unless the weather is good, and then we might reach 1mg upload speed .... if we pray very very hard that is, and it doesn't rain, show, get too cold, or blustery wind ... any one of these slows things down .... But I would not change my life or where I live for anything!

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  1. Trim a piece of Thicker Whisper White Cardstock to 14.8 cms x 21 cms; Score the long side at 10.5 cms - DO NOT FOLD THE CARD
  2. Mask the left hand side of the card blank using Post It Notes, ink up the Hardwood Stamp with  Crumb Cake Classic Ink Pad and stamp onto the right hand side of the Card Blank. Once Dry, fold the card and burnish with a Bone Folder
  3. Trim a piece of Crumb Cake Cardstock to 14.4 x 10.1 cms; Using the Crumb Cake Classic Ink Pad, stamp the hardwood onto the panel.. mount onto your Card Blank using Fast Fuse Adhesive;  Then repeat this onto a sheet of A4 Crumb Cake as you are going to be making the door panels.
  4. you now need to create the panels for the door. Select the best fit of framelits for the door, with larger panels at the bottom compared to the top of the door. You will meed 2 sizes of framelit to layer up the panel to create a 3D effect. Use Stampin Dimensionals between each layer, and again to mount the panels onto your card front.
  5. Stamp the Wreath from the Bundle, onto Very Vanilla Cardstock using Mossy Meadow Classic Ink Pad.
  6. Stamp the bow using the Cherry Cobbler Classic Ink Pad. mount onto your door. Die cut both the bow and wreath & mount onto your door.
  7. Stamp the confer onto Mossy Meadow Cardstock, using the Mossy Meadow Classic Ink Pad for a Tone on Tone effect. Die cut using the framelits in the bundle & mount onto your Festive door
  8. Stamp the Christmas Sentiment from the Antique Tags Stamp Set onto Very Vanilla Cardstock, using the Early Espresso Classic Ink Pad; Punch out the Tag using the Washi Label Punch.
  9. Ad a looping bow of Silver Cording Trim, and you are all done!

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Kim xxx         

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