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11/23/2017

Thu 23

Christmas Winter Scene
by Marybeth Lopez

Happy Thanksgiving to al of you in the USA! I have so much to be grateful for, every year, this one even more !

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Hi there sweet crafty friends! Welcome to the November Blog Blitz.  

We are already deep into the busy Holiday season, with Christmas just a bit away. 

I made another clean and simple card using the darling Tiny Fawns and the new Large Window Cut Out ( thats the prize I am giving away today.  The window seal is layered 3 times , for the glitter background  I added a rectangle of double sided sticky paper then glittered it that give a nice even patch of glitter .Download-1

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Many years ago I made a birch tree card, to make the branches I stamped a sentiment on top of them in a light grayish color to mock the lines on the real trees. That is what did on the Tree Trunks from Poppystamps 

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Here is a larger  picture of the stamped trees.

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I used Masters Touch watercolor paper from Hobby Lobby ( I get a lot of questions  about that) Don't forget all you have to do is leave a comment for a chance to with the Large Window Cut Out Die 1970.

The Blog Blitz 20th-30th November So you have plenty of time to leave comments . Hugs and Blessing to you all!

Thanks for the visit today .

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Love this CAS card, what a lovely scene! Super die for making 'through the window' scenes. xx

Simply so pretty and cute with all winter feel! Love the stamping textures on birch trees with cute little fawns!

Such a gorgeous card!

Such a lovely scene, really wintery! Thanks so much for sharing!

Feliz día de acción de Gracias. Marybeth muy linda la tarjeta con pocos elementos le da elegancia felicitaciones. Gracias por compartir.

Marybeth- your card is precious! The new window die is awesome

LOVE your card! I think this window cut
out would be so handy for so many
occasions.

Marybeth,
love, love, love this card. I love window dies and dimensional cards. I also love the little fawns.
your cards are amazing
thank you for sharing

Love this card...a stunning little scene through the window with those cute little deer.

Love looking through windows... yours is delightful.

Thank you for showing this beautiful card today.
Happy Thanksgiving !🦃

Wow, Marybeth, this is gorgeous. I love the sweetness of the fawns and all the glitter through the window! Happy Thanksgiving.

Wow! What a magical card! Love this winter scene!!!

I love this beautifully detailed card, simple and elegant!!!! The spirit of Christmas in a very special card!!!! ❄️🦌

Magical winter scene! Love the window cut out from the card front and the lovely scene you created! So pretty with the glittery snow!

I have window dies but they are domed. This is so much more realistic. Thanks for a great, simple card and for the tip on the marking on the trees.

The Tiny Fawns are so sweet in your very pretty card. I really like the idea of using a word stamp to add texture to the tree trunks.

BEAUTIFUL JOB, Marybeth! I LOVE the window die & being able to see an outdoor scene with the tiny fawns, the trees & the sparkling snow! JUST BEAUTIFUL!!! ;)

Oh I love this!
Darling scene
with the deers.
Carla from Utah

Your window card is amazingly beautiful and serene! Wow, stamping the words on the tree trunks to add texture and detail, fantastic, thank you for that tip! The tiny deer are so cute bouncing and jumping in the woods. Thank you for sharing this beautiful, inspiring, creative card today. This card brightened a dreary day today.
Jacquelene L
Canada

Love your window scene!! So sweet!!!

This is a Stunning card!!!

So darling, i would love to receive a card like this. Love it.

How clever using the words on the trunks, Marybeth--love the effect! Truly a gorgeous card--love the glitter panel for the background! So, so happy you have your daughter & son-in-law--God is good!

Tremendously Terrific!!!! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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