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Christmas Pines Stampin' Up!

Hello Friends,

As soon as I saw this week's Freshly Made Sketches, I immediately thought "wreath".  The only question was which wreath.  In the end, I decided to go with my tried and true Christmas Pines stamps and Pretty Pines dies.  These stamps and dies have been around for several years now and they are a must have for my Craft Room.  Plus, I love the smell of pines, they make me think Christmas and happy memories. 

 I'll talk about today's Christmas Card first, but stay tuned, because I'll also share a few blasts from the past made with the Christmas Pines stamps and Pretty Pines dies.

Christmas Pines Stampin' Up!

 The wreath was quite easy to fashion.  I started by heat embossing in Gold my simple joys sentiment on a Cherry Cobbler Circle.  The die-cut pines are quite flexible, so I simply bent and glued layers in a circle around my sentiment.

 
Christmas Pines Stampin' Up!

 I used just a little artistic license using the 2 pine cones and a bundle of mistletoe for the bottom 3 circles on this week's card sketch.  There are several different pines cones in the Pretty Pines dies and the all have lovely texture.  I cut 2 from Early Espresso Card Stock.  The mistletoe was cut from Old Olive Card Stock and the berries are simply Pearl Basic Jewels.  My new Take a Pick Tool made applying them a breeze.


Freshly Made Sketches

A Big thanks to Freshly Made Sketches for today's card sketch.  If you're stuck in a rut, try a card sketch for giving your mojo a jump start.

 

Handmade Christmas Card & Gift Box

 

Pretty Pines

 

Pretty Pines Stampin' Up!

  Can you smell those lovely Pines or feel the magic of standing under the mistletoe with your sweetheart?

 

Have a fabulous day,

 Newfeichtsiggy

 
Christmas Pines Stampin' Up!

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Narelle Farrugia

This is a gorgeous festive card! I love how you've created a wreath for your card. Thanks for joining us at FMS this week!

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