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Tue 04

Deco Tree Frame Tag Card..
by Pam Simpson

Hello everyone Pam here today,  Christmas Holiday is fast approaching!  how you doing with your card making, I still need so many cards for family and friends.


I have used Poppystamp dies "Deco  Tree Frame die"  with "Double Stitched Tag Frames" as the focal point on this Christmas card, decided on traditional Xmas colours.


Use both the largest and next size down together to cut these tag shapes. Make sure you tape them together well! if they slip you`ll damage your dies.


Cut the "Deco Tree Frame" in green and white card.


Thin strong sticky tape, across  the top bar, to adhere metallic thread, I also put strong tape onto reverse of the trees, to hold the thread.


Next..I adhered to a white tag as shown, with  the green outer border tag.


Make sure to hold your thread in place with strong sticky tape.


Two decorated trees, topper ready for the card.


I have placed the topper onto the larger outer frame, ran a gold pen around the outer edge.


Foliage made with Poppystamp dies. "Poinsettia Mini" & "Greenery Bundle" cinnamon stick..I have splattered watered down white acrylic paint.


Poppystamp "Art Deco Frames and Phrases die set" for the sentiment. Birchpress designs random scattered Sequins "Not So Heavy Metal"

Thank you for stopping by Pam x

Pam Floral Signature copy






A LOVELY JOB, Pam!!! ;)

Hi Pam, This Christmas card is lovely, I love the colours and all the die-cuts you have used to complete this lovely card.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

It's the most wonderful card I've seen

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