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Sunday, November 29, 2009

x-mas tree with glitter

Anothe x-mas card from me. I've folded 5 squares to create the x-mas three. For Nowergian instruction how to fold it, please follow the link to Stampartic. This card is made for two challenges. The first one is over at The secret crafter saturday challenge, where they want x-mas tree's. The x-mas tree is decorated with Stickles glitterglue and have a sparkling star at the top. Over at the cuttlebug challenge they want glitter. I've used Bazzill paper for the card and frames. The paper in the x-mas three is wrapping paper. The star I've got from the nice girl Eva. The sentiment stamp is from Kreativ Hobby.

8 comments:

  1. Linda, woweeeeeeee! This is incredible, what a fabulous card for Wendy's challenge! I am really struggling with the image that I picked for this challenge and had considered trying to 'make' a tree rather than stamp/print an image. This is grogeous. I always love dropping by at your blog as I never know what style of card you'll have made... you are so clever! Jo x

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  2. Beautiful card. Love that Christmas Tree.

    Glenda

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  3. Lovely

    Thanks for joining us this week on SCSC :)

    Hugs Jane x

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  4. Beautiful! Your folding work is perfect :)

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  5. This is `gorgeous` Thanks for joining in with the CB Challenges..
    Terrie
    http://cuttlebugchallenge.blogspot.com/

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  6. Fabulous card!
    Thanks for joining us at the SCSC!
    Helen x

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  7. your card is so clean and crisp, you really created a perfect beauty!

    Thanks so much for playing along with us at cuttlebug challenge blog!

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  8. Wonderful tree, fabulous card.
    luv
    Debby

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