The Hometown Greetings die set has a wonderful church, which I combined with Under the Mistletoe Designer Series Paper for today’s Christmas card.

By Su Mohr for PP420; Click READ or VISIT to go to my blog for details! Featuring: Hometown Greetings dies, Under the Mistletoe DSP, Subtle Textured embossing; #christmascards #holidaycards #xmascards #churchoncards #mistletoe #subtletexture #handmadecards

Hometown Church


My inspiration for today’s card is the Paper Players sketch challenge:


I began with a Shaded Spruce card base, topped with a piece of Under the Mistletoe Designer Series Paper. I used a second pattern of this DSP for one of the vertical rectangles, and Shaded Spruce cardstock for the other rectangle. The rectangles are 1 1/4″ X 4″, and bordered with Whisper White cardstock that is 1/8″ larger.

Before adhering the DSP and rectangles to the card base, I ran them through the Big Shot with the Subtle Textured embossing folder. I love how the embossing turns paper into fabric!


Representing the “square” in the sketch is the wonderful church in the Hometown Greetings die set. I ran the die through the Big Shot with Thick Whisper White cardstock, and cropped the church from the strip.

See the full die strip in the picture? Check out all the dies from Hometown Greetings in my Product List below. There’s even a tag topper!

“Peace” is from the retired Christmas Greetings die set. I used Old Olive cardstock to tie in with the touch of Old Olive in the Under the Mistletoe DSP.


Thank you for visiting my Hometown church in the woods. Wishing you a wonderful, peaceful day.


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