Feels Like Frost Designer Paper is so pretty, and I love this print in shades of purple and green.
The first thing I did was select the card base in Highland Heather, to blend with the colors in the designer paper. Then, I glued the designer paper (4″ X 5 1/4″) to the card front.
Next, I used two Layering Ovals Dies to cut a scalloped oval from Feels Like Frost Designer Paper, and a plain oval from Highland Heather Cardstock.
The tree was made with a Pine Woods Die, cut from Feels Like Frost Designer Paper, and layered on cardstock for thickness.
I glued the ovals and tree together, and attached to the card front with Dimensionals.
This is how I used a second piece of designer paper for the three die cuts. The scalloped oval was cut to match, the tree was from the green corner, and the sentiment was from the lightest section, so the words would show.
One of my favorite sentiments, “Blessed Christmas Wishes,” is from the Itty Bitty Christmas Stamp Set, stamped in Gorgeous Grape Ink, and cut with the smallest Stitched Rectangles Die. I placed it on Dimensionals, and my card was complete.
This exact card isn’t one for quantity, but the design could be adapted to a multitude of papers.
I was inspired by TGIF, and didn’t realize until I finished that I used the same paper as Tami!
I’m also sharing with the Paper Player’s holiday theme.
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