I used the die to cut out the Nativity scene from a Christmas card I had received in the past, as I loved the image, and placed it in the center. I then cut out the one die using the reversible dark blue patterned paper and glued it to the card base. I then cut the silver glittered paper with the other die and used some of the remaining triangles of the reverse side of the patterned paper from the first cutting to inset inside the open triangles. I used the foil paper sentiment I had cut out with the Joy die and attached it to my card. So thankful for the challenge, as I would never have thought to use the dies this way!
Date: Tuesday, November 17, 2020 GMT Views: 461
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Thu, Nov 19, 2020 @ 2:14 PM
Hello, I had to scroll up several times to take in the depth of your card. Kuddos for saving the Christmas card, it is lovely. And perfect to build your inlaid card. On a second or third time up,nimcaught that you used the white and silvered DP. Love small details like this. Wonderful entry into Sharon’s challenge.
And can I say that is a handsome kitty!
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Sat, Nov 21, 2020 @ 2:01 PM
Great framing for this repurposed card. Makes a perfect Christmas card.
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