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Washi you a Merry Christmas!

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Assembly line

I love my customers and my upline/downline!! They are my dear friends that we have bonded through crafting. When it comes to sending Christmas cards, it can get a little tricky.  They have more than likely made the cards I have on hand every year.  So, I found a simple design on Pinterest (sorry, I deleted the person’s name-thank you for your inspiration!) and I added my own twist to it!  I first layered the Warm Wishes Washi tape onto Crumb Cake cardstock.  I cut out the ornate ornaments from the Merry Tags Framelits using Gold Foil.  The rest fell together quite nicely!

TIP: I showed you the assembly line so you could see how I paper saved!  I cut out the circle from the Garden Green mat so I didn’t waste cardstock!  Great for making multiple cards!

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I used a red sharpie to color our Rhinestones to add that sparkle to the ornament! I am taking a few days to spend with family and to reflect on the blessings God has given me this year!  Especially for riding with me through the storm of breast cancer.

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Have  a blessed and Merry Christmas!

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Merriest Ornaments

I finally got to play with the Merriest Wishes set and matching Merry Tags Framelits!  What a create combo!  You can make cards, tags, ornaments, and what ever else you imagine! This is one of our cards for stamp club!

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When I run any of our foil or glimmer paper through the big shot, I just put the wax paper in between the die and the paper.  They are a little thicker and can tear easily if used with the precision plate.

I can’t wait to get started on tags!! I have an up coming Holiday Cheer Market at our new high school!  So, get ready, I will have a lot to share!

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