Christmas Cards
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More Christmas Cards

I-O-Trees-lg I'm back with a few more quick and easy Christmas cards.  I am a big fan of trees, any kind of trees, so you'll be seeing more cards with more trees.  This card uses the new Impression Obsession Curvy Tree large and small as well as the Enjoy the Splendor sentiment.  The trees are stamped in Colorbox fluid chalk ink warm red then cut out and mounted on a Bazzill white card.  The sentiment is stamped in Versamark then embossed in silver.  The wonderful part of Impression Obsession stamps is that they come cling mounted which means you simply place them on an acrylic block and stamp.  Cling mount stamps are less expensive and easier to store.  Stop in soon and see them for yourself.

I-O-Whimsical-Trees-lg  Speaking of trees, here's the Impression-Obsession tree flourish stamped in black Versafine.  I colored the stars with Spica silver glitter pen and added a bow from the bright red Happy Holidays ribbon.  The "Sleigh Mail" post is the perfect finishing touch!

Stampendous-angel-lg The last card I have to share with you is such a pretty one.  The angel is from Stampendous as are the wings which are Class A'Peels stickers in a frosted white.  The angel is stamped in black Versafine ink then colored with Prismacolor pencils.  Crystal glitter is added to the stars.  The angel is then mounted with foam tape to a background created using an Anna Griffin stamp (Latin Verse) which has been embossed in silver.  The edges are torn and distressed using Ranger Distress ink Broken China.  The "Gloria" verse is a beautiful sentiment stamp from Wordsworth (Rubber Soul) and it is also embossed in silver then distressed using Broken China ink.

Join us this Saturday morning and you too can make these beautiful Christmas cards.  Thanks for reading!

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