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10/26/2019

Sat 26

Mistletoe and Plaid
by Marybeth Lopez

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Hello , Marybeth here today with a simple Poppystamps card, easy for mailing. Once I figured out my design I decided this flat card would be easy to make many and simple to send. I love the red and white Christmas design. Memory box now sells 6X6 paper packs ( so excited ) I chose the red and white plaid paper from the pack to add behind my mistletoe from panel (Dashing Holiday pp1001)

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I folded my card base then opened it up and placed the die where I wanted it and ran it through my die-cutting machine. Then I simply cut a 4 1/4 by 5 1/2 piece of patterned paper and placed behind the top of the card.

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I turned it over and added clear tape and some glue for the tiny pieces.

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I for the berries I used Poppystamps Holly Outline from last year , you could use anything round or even a hole punch.

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As you can see in this top picture I decided to add a few more white berries so that it was either, a group of one ore three.

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The sentiment set is from also from last year, I love the font and longer narrow alignment of it. It worked well for this card. I lined my envelope with red cardstock to add a bit more detail when opening the card. Looks simple with lots of love and blessing for Christmas.

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Comments

Hi Marybeth, This is a stunning CAS card, I love the mistletoe die and what you have done with it, and I absolutely love the plaid red and white paper, it complements beautifully.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Such a beautiful card, Marybeth! Love that red plaid paper, and your design is impeccable! Love this card. xo Bev

Very Elegant! TFS

This is absolutely beautiful Marybeth!

Elegant as usually!!!!!

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