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11/02/2017

Thu 02

Pinecone Branch
by Pam Simpson

Hello everyone, Hope you are making your Christmas cards! November already..

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Quick make card design..using this beautiful Pinecone Branch Collage die.. 

How I created this design to give Dimensions to these beautiful Pinecones. 

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As shown with the Pinecone die in place to cut in my die cutting machine.

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I used double sided tape to hold the leaf in place! as this cut out of your card, using a ball tool I pushed the lacy cut out, left picture..  I then adhered brown card pieces over these, again using ball tool pushed against this.

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From Poppystamps clear stamps "Little Kindness" CL445.. I used these swirl dash lines in red ink..

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Stamped in red ink.. from Poppystamps.. "Do You Believe" CL456 clear stamps. mat and layer coloured card and finish with a strip of red card with green ribbon. 

Thank you for stopping by Pam ..

Pam Floral Signature copy

Supplies

 

Comments

So beautiful Pam!!! Love all the layering and the color combo. Can I ask what you used for the snow? Thanks for sharing.

Bonjour,
Belle carte!
Nancy

Hi Pam, This is really lovely !! I love your tutorial and your techniques, I especially love the red 'trails' they are so effective. I also love your colours, I really love this card.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Very Pretty. I am new to some of the techniques. What did you use to give the snow look on the card?

This is such a cool card !

Yes it is a cool card. But STILL no explanation on how she got the dimension on the pine cones!
Hello Pam? Do you not go back to answer questions?
HOW DID YOU GET THE LOOK OF SNOW ON THE CARD?
It seems like you skipped a couple of steps, or something!

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