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DSCN6207Hi Everyone! Here's another card from my local October Card Class. The stamp set Christmas Magic was used. The stamp set has a vintage feel.

DSCN6206I've recently started to try Whisper White Thick Cardstock in my projects. While the slick, high end feel of traditional Whisper White will probably always be my favorite, I do like having all the cardstock have the same feel.

DSCN6209Materials:

Crumb Cake Cardstock: 4-1/4 x 11 and scrap for die cutting scallop oval
Read Red Cardstock: 4 x 5-1/4 and scrap for die cutting scallop oval
Whisper White Thick Cardstock: 4 x 5-1/4 and scrap for die cutting oval

General Instructions:

  • With Softly Falling Embossing Folder, emboss Real Red Cardstock. Add to Crumb Cake card base.
  • Stamp snowman image on Whisper White Oval. Using Real Red and Crumb Cake Markers, color gloves, nose, scarf and berries. With Stampin' Sponge, ink around edges and underneath snowman using a combination of Crumb Cake and Soft Suede inks.
  • Layer oval and scallop oval layers. Add to card front with dimensionals.
  • Stamp bell and sentiment on Whisper White. Color bell and ink around the edges. Add to inside of card.
  • Stamp and color images on Crumb Cake envelope.
  • Add Wink of Stella to snowman and bell.

 

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Lesa

Hi Dee,
Cute card . What is the difference with all the platforms? It's so confusing as to what to use with framelits and other dies. Would it be best to get the new and do I need the thin plate for the old cutting board?
Thanks.

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