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Ornament Background
Candice Crawford

 

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Hey there crafty friends, Candice here back on the blog with another holiday card for you. The countdown to Chirstmas continues. If you are in need of a quick holidy card, today's card share is perfect for you. This card is using the new Ornament Background die. I simply cut the die from White cardstock, Gold mirroed cardstock and Red glitter paper to create the awesome card. 

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Start by cutting the background from white cardstock. Remove all of the frame elements then adhere just the white frame onto an A2 size card base. 

Then cut the background again from Gold cardstock and Red Glitter paper. Save only the foliage elements and the ornament tops from the GoldCardstock piece. Save only the inner ornament pieces form the Red Glitter Cardstock.  Next, paper piece the elements of the ornament and foliage onto the white frame that you adhered to your A2 card base useing liquid adhesive. 

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Finally, using the new Gilded Christmas wishes stamp set and coordinating die,  stamp the Merry Christmas sentiment in Black ink onto a scrap piece of white cardstock. Die cut the sentiment using the coordinating die from the set. Then popped up the image onto my paper pieced background with some 3M foam tape. 

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This card came together very easily and the results are stunning. I hope you have enjoyed today's card share and quick tutorial. I hope you also found inspiration to create your own Ornanment Background card. Until next time....Happy Crafting. 

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Comments

Hi Candice, This card is beautiful, thank you for the tutorial and inspiration.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

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