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'tis the Season


Hello! This is Tiffany and today I'm sharing my 'tis the Season card. When I say that I can't get enough of Hello Bluebird items, I really mean it. I'm already looking forward to seeing and purchasing their winter release from the Butterfly Reflections, Ink. online store. I used several items from the BRI online store to create this card. I began by ink blending my background using two shades of blue and splattering white iridescent paint on the background. I stamped and embossed Hello Bluebird's 'tis the Season with Lawn Fawn's white embossing powder. I used Lawn Fawn's Double Stitched Rectangles to add the stitching detail on the background, this is an item that I have used a lot, I love the added detail it gives to cards. I stamped "to be jolly" and the images from Hello Bluebird's Snow Play in Memento Tuxedo Black ink. I colored the images with Copic markers and cut them out. I used Lawn Fawn's Stitched Hillside Borders to create the snow banks out of white card stock. I used patterned paper from American Craft's Cozy & Bright paper pad on the card base then assembled the pieces using Tombo liquid glue and foam squares. As a finishing touch I stamped blue snowflakes on the background and added Star Dust Stickles to the snow banks, hat, and Christmas lights. I hope you have enjoyed my card, I'll see you again next week!


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