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It’s my turn to host the Splicoaststampers Featured Stamper Challenge (FS507) so I want to give a big Congrats to Bev, better known as guneaxdesigns! I chose THIS card to CASE. I kept the layout & Christmas theme, but I used stamps instead of a napkin, added a window arch & used an embossing folder. 
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I’m using a brand new Pinecone image for my centerpiece. The pinecone was stamped, colored w/ Copics & fussy cut. Then I die cut a large white panel, cut out the arched window & cut another arch (using 2 sizes of the same die set) to make a frame. I stamped the Merry Christmas Arc on the frame (I cut the image apart to make it easier). On the leftover inside arched piece & also on the leftover large frame, I used the Woven Plaid stamp (the cut apart version), & the 3 colors of Distress inks. I went back I embossed the white layer w/ a snowfall folder before I put it all together & I also added a little die cut holly for the hanging part of the pinecone.

Here’s a look at the inside & below it are the Copics I used.
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Thanks so much for stopping by!
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Supplies:

Stamps: DRS Designs Pinecone (new!), Merry Christmas ArcWoven Plaid, (inside- Beautiful HolidayTriple Holly
Paper: Staples 110# white, X-Press It white
Ink:  Memento tuxedo black, Distress Inks twisted citron, candied apple, mowed lawn
Accessories:  Misti, Copic markers, stitched arch dies, stitched rectangle dies, holly ornament die, snowfall embossing folder, stickles (added to the pinecone), Spellbinders A2 matting basics B

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2 Responses to “Pinecone Christmas”

  • Very nice. Your pinecone looks so real.

  • Rita:

    Lovely design … as always Julie!! I wonder if you could explain more about your Woven Plaid stamp that you’ve cut apart? I have that stamp and just love it and am always excited to see it used on a project. What portion of the image did you cut away and did you cut the stamp apart to make it more versatile? Thanks for any information you can supply!

Your comments are so appreciated!

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