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Christmas Lantern
by Nancy Penir

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Hello! Nancy here, and I have a Christmas card for you today. Poppystamps has some gorgeous new holiday dies in the store, and I thought I'd bring you some inspiration with one or 2 of them.

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Simple Lantern Oval is one of the new craft dies, and I paired it with another newbie, a sentiment die called, Snowy Merry Christmas.

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Here's a shot of what I did... I knew I wanted to use some of the new Memory Box designer papers with the gold running through, and chose this black and white plaid. Then I die cut the lantern die 4 times, once with black glitter paper, and 3 times with plain black cardstock. I traced one of the ovals on white and cut it out by hand.

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The white oval was given a glow with some Squeezed Lemon Oxide Ink before gluing the lantern layers together, with the glitter on top. Kinda looks like the lantern is all 'aglow'. I cut the 'merry Christmas' sentiment 3 times from glitter card stock and carefully cut the white snow off the merry, before adding it to the top of the black layer.

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I love how the red shadow gives it a nice pop of color!

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Speaking of pop, you can see how all those layers gives dimension to the card.

It's September folks, time to get a move on those holiday cards! Check out all the new dies, stamps and cardstock in the Poppystamps store. Have a great week!

Nancy Floral Signature copy

 

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Comments

Hi Nancy, I love the paper, I love the die-cuts, I love this whole card !!
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Great lantern die cut and the plaid paper adds such a feeling of warmth along with the lantern light!

Love the glowing lantern and your snowy sentiment all popped up on that gorgeous plaid!

Very pretty card!

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