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Wednesday, 7 November 2012

12 Weeks of Christmas WEEK 6 : A Christmas Lodge

Well look at that we are halfway there!  Are you still here?? Can you believe Christmas is only 6 weeks away? I have not even thought about Christmas shopping so I think I had better start soon.

I saw a card like this on Youtube and thought "I think I could make something a bit like that."  It was made by Amy Celona,  and you know what I did manage to recreate it in my own way!  Youtube is a great resource for getting ideas for Stampin' Up! stamp sets - just type in the name of the set or style of card and up come lots of videos.

I have been desperately waiting for this stamp set to come here to Australia since it was released in the USA.  I love its huge tree and cute little snow covered lodge.  Ok, so we don't get snow here at Christmas but it is lovely just the same.This card is a sidestep (fancy fold) card.  My stamp club girls were wanting to make a few fancy fold cards and this one came to mind immediately.  I hope they like their versions of it as much as I did.  It is so much prettier in real life.

Hope you like bling because this card really sparkles and shines! There are quite a few different elements here.  I used the silver glimmer paper for the snowy ground cover & snowflake, Gumball Green for the ribbon and leaves of the branch.  It is so much prettier in real life as the camera just doesn't pick up all those sparkles.   

Christmas Lodge Side Step Card

Christmas Lodge Side Step card in Early Espresso.

Close up of all the bling
Stamp Set: Christmas Lodge.
Paper:  Very Vanilla, Silver Glimmer Paper, Candelight Christmas Specialty DSP. 
Ink:  Early Espresso, Gumball Green, Crumb Cake, Champagne Shimmer Paint.
Cool Tools: Big Shot, Snow Flurry Bigz Die, Delicate Design Folders,  3/16" Metallic Brads,  Paper Piercer, Gumball Green Stitched Satin Ribbon, Glue Dots, 2 way Glue pen, Dazzling Diamonds.

Tha
nks For Looking,
TRICIA  

1 comment:

  1. The card is lovely. You have done a fabulous job.

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