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Good Morning Magnolia Beautiful Boughs Christmas Card

Good Morning Magnolia Stampin' Up!

Hello Friends,

Christmas is almost here.  Can you believe that we turned the page to December already?  Today's Christmas Card has a soft, almost antique look.  While the Beautiful Boughs dies were designed with Christmas and Winter in mind, the Mosaic Mood Designer Paper and the Good Morning Magnolia stamp was introduced in June.  I love it when a stamp set skips across the seasons for a whole new look.


Good Morning Magnolia Christmas Card Stampin' Up!

I love that I could use my Good Morning Magnolia stamp set throughout the summer and then turn around and use it again throughout the winter.


Beautiful Boughs Christmas Card Stampin' Up!

There are lots of shimmers and shine on today's card start with the Mosaic Mood Specialty Designer Paper. The pine cones were cut from Gold Foil Sheets with the Beautiful Boughs dies.  Wink of Stella brushed across the face of the flower added enough sparkle to dazzle anyone.  Even the sentiment takes on a shine of its own.  I used a snippet of   

Good Morning Magnolia Christmas Stampin' Up!
This wasn't the first time that I combined Beautiful Boughs and Good Morning Magnolia.  Do you remember this Double Z Fold Card?  Click Here for a video tutorial detailing this gorgeous handmade card.

 

Have a fabulous day!

 Newfeichtsiggy

 

Christmas Good Morning Magnolia Stampin' Up!

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Jane Ogle

Beautiful!

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