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08/05/2017

Sat 05

Holiday Blog Blitz - Magical Christmas
by Robin Tharaldson

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Hi everyone! This is my first post for Poppystamps and I am thrilled to have been asked to join their talented design team!  AND I get to start with their Holiday 2017 release, how fun is that? The Holiday 2017 Blog Blitz continues through August 17 and is filled with creative ideas! Poppystamps will be giving away a prize, each day of the Blog Blitz, so be sure to leave a comment.  Winners will be announced August 18, good luck!!!

My double fold card features the Open Hillside, Sloping Hillside and Snowscape dies along with the word dies "believe" and "magic". The card base was made using 12" x 12" cardstock cut to 5 1/2" x 12" and scored at 4" from each end. 

 I cut the first panel with the Open Hillside die.

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My next panel uses the Sloping Hillside die.

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The center panel snowfall was made using the Snowscape die and dark blue cardstock. I used the Do You Believe stamp set to add my sentiments and the star, from the same set, was heat embossed using silver embossing powder.

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I cut the words believe and magic from glitter cardstock. To add dimension, the words were also cut 2x each from white cardstock, glued and layered together along with the glitter words. To finish my card I added Stampendous Crystal Snow to the trees and hillside.

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I hope this card has given you inspiration for your holiday cards or projects! I better get going on my cards, Christmas will be here before I know what happened!!! Be sure to leave a comment by August 17 for your chance to win the Sloping Hillside die used in today's post!!!

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Thanks for stopping by!!!

Robin Floral Signature copy 2

 

 

 

Comments

I love what you did! This is a marvelous idea and I plan to use if for some of my cards this year. Thanks for the inspiration.

Very innovative and beautiful card. Great job!

Oh, what a fun design. Love the sparkle. Hugz

Beautiful hillside scene. I like the sparkle.

Beautiful card, perfect for Xmas.and very
creative.

Love this layering effect with the card dies! Just gorgeous. Simple but elegant.

Lovely die and beautiful design... very well done.

I love blue and white for a beautiful, classic winter scene! Thank you for showing us a different way to build a scene and a chance to win the Sloping Hillside die.

Hi Robin and how nice to see you on the team. This is a beautiful, peaceful scene you have created. I love the pop of glitter on the die cut word.

This is a beautiful framed scene! Love this die!

This is such a beautiful card! I love that the message is spread out between 3 panels :)

Robin, your debut card is fabulous! Gorgeous glittery panels so rich and elegant! Congrats, and welcome to the team!

Love this tri-fold design with the different layers. Beautiful.

Perfect Christmas card!

Congrats on joining the team!! This is so sweet, and such a wonderful design to show off the different layers!

Blue and white are my favorite colors to use for Christmas cards. Love this card!

Lovely card...and such very versatile dies for Christmas.

Lovely card...and such very versatile dies for Christmas.

Just beautiful your card

Hi Robin, Welcome, welcome, welcome to Poppystamps DT, and I am looking forward to seeing your inspiring creations.
This Christmas card is beautiful, I love the orientation and I love the dies and also the pretty snowfall background.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Congrats on joining the DT! I really love your beautiful & creative card!

These dies are so versitile, and make a lovely card.

Sandy

Welcome, Robin. I hope you will enjoy yourself here. Lovely card.

Love the winter scene you created with these pretty dies! Lovely card, Robin! I look forward to seeing more of your creations!

Gorgeous card!

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