Wintergreen Border
by Pam Simpson

Hello everyone well Christmas is getting very close now!

Today I am sharing a couple of cards,  White and  Cream both have a touch of colour used on them with distress ink Bundled Sage.


Easy style card to make, using one A4 card blank.. you need  card piece 8" x 5.3/4"..score and fold  this @ 2.1/4".

Next cut two card pieces  5.3/4" x 5 .3/4"  and two @ 2.1/4" x 5.3/4" I embossed these in an embossing folder, inked the edges..adhered to the card fronts, the smaller ones back and front so you are not looking at a plain card inside.


Next cut Poppystamps Wintergreen  Border, ink with green through the die before removing it, then ink the ivy leaves, attach sticky 3d foam tape where it will not show  adhere to the front panel.

I cut the Costello Ornament  Background, I find it easier to colour card pieces in green ink!  then die cut as I have the Lexington Ornament  and Merry Christmas Banner dies.. 

3d foam tape on the back of the ornament solid, adhere the outline ornament onto this.

Next cut the Bow and String die, cut away the lines on the side of the bows and use these as hangers for the bauble.

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Finished with few red pearls.

Tip! if you leave the 3d foam tape of these cards ..they are flat 5.3/4"  square cards for mailing.. bow is only shaped! no foam tape, is is glued in the center only.

Hopefully I have now finished my Christmas card makes.. 

Thank you for stopping by today, enjoy the rest of your day. Pam x

Pam Floral Signature copy




As always, Pam, these two Christmas cards are stunning !! The neutrals with a pop of colour always looks fabulous, and your die-cuts are fantastic.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

These are absolutely gorgeous! xxx

Really Beautiful cards!!!

So pretty and very classy as always love white on white its always so clean thanks for sharing.

Both of these are lovely. I love the tone on tone with the pop of red. So festive.

Gorgeous card Pam, just love the design. Hugs ~~Jennifer

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