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Holidays with Avery Elle!!!

Hello Everyone!!

Piali here!! Today I have few holiday cards to share.
I've only used Avery Elle products for these card.
Love all the fabulous Avery Elle Stamps & Dies available in Butterfly Reflections,Ink store!!
First card is a super fun one...

I used North Pole stamp set for this card.
I did a bit of stamp surgery...its perfectly okay thing to do with clear stamps.
I cut apart the HOHOHO sentiment from the Santa hat and used it to create my background.
I used Avery Elle- Silver Fox ink for the background....I looove this ink color!!!

Isn't this Santa a cutest one!!
I colored the Santa image with Copics.
Applied Glossy Accents on the boots and Stickles on the white trims.
The sentiment is from Avery Elle- Joy to the World set, heat embossed it with WOW white embossing powder.

Next card is a masculine one...
Its will be perfect for the male teachers or to send doctors office or any other official contacts.
All the colors are neutral ...just added a few red Enamel dots.

Last the card is a very simple one, can be mass produced easily..
I used the Joy to the World stamp set for this card.
Heat embossed the image using WOW white embossing powder and watercolored it with distress inks.

Hope you all liked these cards!!!
I have one more Avery Elle holiday card on my Blog... 
I'm enjoying all the new goodies in the Butterfly Reflections,Ink store...make sure to check them out.
Thanks for stopping by..
Happy Crafting!!
Piali.





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