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The Cutest Ornaments Ever!

Howdy all, Kelly here. For this card I used two different companies products. I used Sunny Studios "Deck The Halls" Stamp/die set (which has TEN adorable ornaments included) and I used the Pine Branch from PinkFresh Studio "Holiday Ornaments" set.  To start off I stamped my ornaments onto 110lb Neenah cardstock with Memento Tuxedo black and then colored them in with copics. No fancy coloring.  Then I ink blended the branch onto the same cardstock with Hero Arts Moss Ink. Then I used the coordinating die to die cut it.  I trimmed my card panel down to 4"x 5.25". I splattered some black ink on it & heat set to dry. Then I used some holiday washi along the edges. Once done I stamped my Sentiment with Versafine Onyx and I used Hero Arts Ultra Fine clear Embossing powder on top to emboss it.  I added silver thread through the ornament holes and added foam tape to them as well as the pine branch.  I made sure my silver thread was
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