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Merry Christmas
by Marybeth Lopez

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Hello friends, Marybeth Lopez  here today , sharing this  Merry Christmas card with white and plaid.

I hope and pray you are all doing well  and finding lots of time to create. It's a blessing to have this craft that we all share.

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One of my favorite Christmas , patterned paper pads this year has been the Dashing Holiday patterned paper from memory box, linked below.

I think this will carry me right into February as well.

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I simply cut the die once , glued only the lower edge and a few of the lower foliage. I didn't glue the entire die.  I added some glitter and heat embossed the sentiment. The Leafy Garden Border from Poppystamps can be used for anytime of year. The simple set is from Poppystamps and called : Christmas Fun. 

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The products above are the only ones I need for this glittery Christmas card.

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I hope you stay healthy safe, have a very joyful, and peaceful Christmas and holiday season. 

 May God bless you all.

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Comments

Hi Marybeth, Love it, love it, love it !! This card is so 'understated' but so very 'elegant', I love the plaid paper, I love the colours and the foliage at the bottom completes the card beautifully.
Take care, stay safe, stay well.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Love that border with the plaid, so pretty!

I love how the wispy die cut contrasts with the sedate plaid! This combo on a red card base with extra sparkles made a beautiful card! Merry Christmas, friend.

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