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Holiday Forest
by Tiffany Pryce

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Hi friends! Tiffany here with more holiday inspiration for you. How are your holiday cards coming along? My hope is to start sending them out this week or early next week. Hooray for being on time this year! Let's dive into how I made this card.

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To start, die cut an A2 panel of white cardstock with the Memory Box Starry Burst cover plate. Next, die cut several trees with the Evergreen Trio die from white cardstock and the following paper pads: Majestic Hues Glitter Pad, Festive Glitter Pad, Dashing Stripes and Dots, and Cottage Stripes and Dots pad. I doubled up several tree die cuts for extra stability. Arrange the trees on the panel using both liquid glue and foam tape to adhere the die cuts for varied dimension. I love the mix of glitter paper and patterned paper for a playful look.

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Die cut the sentiment using the Double Joy die - die cut the outline from silver glitter cardstock from the Majestic Hues Glitter Pad and the solid sentiment from a medium pink cardstock from the Berry Red Pad. Adhere the silver outline with liquid glue on top of the pink letters. Add foam tape on the back of the letters, and then adhere the silver negative pieces offset a little. Adhere the completed sentiment with liquid glue to the center of the panel. Finish the card with Clear Fairy Drops for extra embellishments.

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Hope you enjoyed the card and found some inspiration. Try out multiple color combos and make a set for yourself or a friend.  Thank you for stopping by!

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Tiffany Floral Signature copy

 

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Comments

Really like this card!

Hi Tiffany, I love it !! A gorgeous card, and I think this could be ideal too for batch-making your cards.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Saw this on IG & had to come take a closer look! Just love your fun forest using a variety of papers & the JOY is wonderful! Thanks for the inspiration!

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