CASE-ing the Catty - Holidays

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This week we're taking inspiration from the Holidays section of the Annual Catalogue on pages 92-103. This is perfect timing for Christmas in July and will be my first Christmas cards for the season. 

You may have come from visiting Kathryn's blog, but if you are visiting me, you can start your journey here and continue by clicking on the buttons at the bottom of the post. 

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I've taken my inspiration from this card on page 101 using the new 'Stylish Christmas' stamp set. I've added a bit more detail and dimension to my card, but stayed fairly close to the design in the sample. The poinsettia and leaves are DistINKive style stamps where you get amazing depth from a single stamped image.

Stampin' Up! Stylish Christmas - Judy May, Just Judy Designs

I have used the new 'Call Me Clover' green for the base card and paired it with Real Red for a bright take on the traditional Christmas colours. For the main panel, I loaded up one plate of my Stamparatus stamping tool with the two greetings and leaves and stamped them all at once in Call Me Clover ink. This makes it a great design for creating multiples as you can quickly stamp a lot of panels and then assemble them in production line style.  On the second Stamparatus plate I had the flourish, so you would stamp and emboss all the panels with the top positioning and then change to the bottom and stamp and emboss them.

Stampin' Up! Stylish Christmas - Judy May, Just Judy Designs

Finally, I stamped the poinsettia in Real Red ink on a smaller piece of Whisper White and then adhered it to another piece of Whisper white before fussy cutting. This makes the image more robust for popping up on foam pads over the leaves. I added some gold pearls from the new Metallic Pearls to the centre of the poinsettia. You can see the detail in the stamped images in this closeup pic.

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I've kept the inside simple; gold embossing a small section of the flourish in the corner and adding a strip of Call Me Clover spotted designer paper at the bottom. It is fabulous having a matching designer paper for every colour of card stock!

Stampin' Up! Stylish Christmas - Judy May, Just Judy Designs

While I was playing around with my prototype, I decided to try out the flourish in Real Red as another variation. I really like it, as it adds more brightness to the card. I'm sure there are other great colour combos to use with this stamp set. Which option do you prefer? 

Project Details
Stamps Stylish Christmas
Card stock & Papers; Call Me Clover, Real Red, Whisper White, 6 x 6 2018-20 In Colour DSP
 Ink Versamark, Real Red, Call Me Clover
Accessories Metallic Pearls
Tools     Stamparatus, Gold EP, Heat gun, Dimensionals 

 

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A Little Refresh & Christmas Joy

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Over the past few days I've been giving my blog design a bit of a refresh so that it is responsive to the size of mobile devices. So apologies if you tried to get to my blog and found issues with it loading the content. There was a little bug in the menu, but that was has been resolved now. I still have a few things to tidy up, but I hope that you find it easier to read my blog on your smart phone and tablet now.

Now onto the card I have to share today. This is one I have had in head for a while and I finally got the time to bring it to fruition. I wanted to use a Christmas carol as the background, so I printed this 'O Come, All Ye Faithful' music image that I found on the Internet onto Very Vanilla card stock. I wanted a softer look than either black or white and I added some Crumb Cake ink around the edges to soften it as well.

Stampin' Up! Night in Bethlehem & Boxwood Wreath - Judy May, Just Judy Designs

The card was very hard to photograph with the reflection from the gold accents, so by changing the angle, it hardly looks like gold at all now. The 'j' and 'y' were die cut in Red Glimmer paper using the Large Letters framelits and I cut a second set in Gold Foil and slightly offset them to add a bit more oomph. For the 'o' I joined two of the Boxwood Wreath embellishments together and adhered some small 'berries' punched out of the Red Glimmer.

Stampin' Up! Night in Bethlehem & Boxwood Wreath - Judy May, Just Judy Designs

The wreath was adhered first with glue dots and then I popped up the letters either side of it, using mini dimensionals. The Mary and Joseph image was heat embossed in gold, fussy cut and then popped up in the centre of the wreath. I finished it off with a bow in my favourite vanilla and gold satin ribbon.

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I have kept the inside simple, with a mat of Garden Green card stock for my vanilla writing panel. I added some of the Year of Cheer Specialty washi at the base and heat embossed the shepherd image in gold on the right. The greeting in the centre from the 'Merry Mistletoe' stamp set is stamped in Real Red.

Stampin' Up! Night in Bethlehem & Boxwood Wreath - Judy May, Just Judy Designs

 This view from the top shows the lovely gold accents on the card. I hope you like it. 

Project Details
Stamps Night in Bethlehem, Merry Mistletoe
Card stock & Papers     Real Red, Very Vanilla, Garden Green, Gold Foil, Red Glimmer (retired)
 Ink Versamark, Real Red, Crumb Cake
Accessories Boxwood Wreath, Gold Metallic Edge ribbon, Year of Cheer Specialty washi
Tools     Large Letters Framelits, Big Shot, 3/16" circle punch (not SU), Gold EP, Heat gun, Glue dots, Mini dimensionals, Sponge dauber

 

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The Heart of Christmas - Week 27

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Welcome to week 27 of Christmas inspiration from the Art with Heart Stampin' Up! team and the last for 2017. I've really enjoyed bringing you inspiration for your holiday projects and it has helped me to get my Christmas card stash built. I managed 18 out of the 27 weeks, so I'm pretty happy with that after being out of action for some time with my knee replacement surgery.

This week is all about scraps - using them up, that is. After my Wednesday ladies made the luxe gift card holders that I showed you last week, I was left with two 5cm strips of the gold and white check designer paper from the 'Year of Cheer' pack. It could easily have been left unused and then forgotten, so I made it my mission to use it up this week. I've made two clean and simple cards in gold and white. You don't need to add too much with the lushness of the gold foil, designer paper, washi and embossing. 

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I started with a piece of Whisper white and then added the gold check designer paper at the bottom and then moved upwards adding the block of gold embossed trees in the centre and the gold embossed greeting from the 'Merry Mistletoe' stamp set at the top. I did something I wouldn't normally do and added the gold and vanilla bow at the bottom, when the rest is gold and white. It all seems to blend harmoniously, though. I layered the panel onto a Gold Foil mat and then popped it up onto the thick Whisper White card base.

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For the second card I started with a panel of Whisper White and added a strip of gold and white check DSP to each side. I trimmed the DSP first so that it would have white edges showing on all sides, so it would pop against the gold foil mat. The strip of gold foil in the centre hides the join and I added a white strip embossed with the Quilt Top design. My gold embossed greeting from the 'Snowflake Sentiments' stamp set was die cut with a stitched oval and then popped up on a gold foil scalloped oval. This is a super simple layout that would work with any designer paper teamed with a contrasting colour for quick and easy cards, which is just what we need at this time of the year.

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All of the new products in the Holiday Catalogue are available to purchase from my Online Store now.

Project Details
Stamps Snowflake Sentiments, Merry Mistletoe
Card stock & Papers     Whisper White, Gold Foil, Year of Cheer DSP
 Ink Versamark
Accessories Gold Metallic Edge ribbon, Metallic Enamel Shapes, Year of Cheer Specialty washi
Tools     Quilt Top TIEF, Stitched Shapes & Layering Ovals Framelits, Big Shot, Gold EP, Heat gun, Dimensionals, Glue Dots

If you would like to see more Christmas inspiration, hop over to Claire's blog to see who else is participating this week

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Just a quick post today to let you know that Stampin' Up! is offering FREE SHIPPING all day today until 11.59pm AEDT.  This is a great time to stock up on supplies to finish your holiday cards. If you forget something, no problems, you can order that too!

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We are having Christmas with my husband's family this year, so I've been enjoying buying bits and pieces to fill these stockings for our nieces. I purchased the stockings and I've used the Large Letters dies to personalise with their names. I bought some sparkly felt and added double-sided interfacing to the reverse and then die cut the letters and ironed them in place. 

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They cut very crisply and you could personalise lots of items this way, making these dies even more useful. Of course, you could combine them with the Large Numbers dies too.

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I hope you can take advantage of the free shipping today; I know I will be !

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CASE-ing the Catty - Add a Christmas Twist

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This week the CTC Crew are adding a Christmas twist to a project from the Annual Catalogue. 

You may have come from visiting Monique's blog, but if you are visiting me, you can start your journey here and continue by clicking on the buttons at the bottom of the post. 


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This week, I'm CASE-ing a project from the Heat Embossing Project Kit on page 16 of the Annual Catalogue. The clean lines of this sample attracted me, so I have kept my card clean and fresh too.  I've changed up the colours, using Emerald Envy for the base card which is a bit brighter and really pops with the Real Red accents (although it looks more like Tranquil Tide in the photos, unfortunately). I've also chosen a square card, which is a favourite of mine.


Stampin' Up! Hello Friend for Christmas - Judy May, Just Judy Designs

The wreath image is from the 'Hello Friend' stamp set that coordinates with the Heat Embossing Project kit. I really like all of the elements in this set and it works beautifully for Christmas, too. I chose not to dry emboss the Emerald Envy background as I didn't want to distract from the wreath.

Stampin' Up! Hello Friend for Christmas - Judy May, Just Judy Designs

I have used Sahara Sand card stock for the centre panel and stamped the wreath in Emerald Envy ink. It looks darker in the photo, but it is actually quite bright IRL. I simulated the white border in the sample (the panels in the kit are pre-printed) by adding a narrow Whisper White mat and then another panel of Sahara Sand. The 'poinsettias' were stamped in Real Red ink, fussy cut and popped up on a foam pad.  I love the Merry Christmas greeting from the (retired) 'Merry Patterns' stamp set. It is a really great size (ie not too big, lol). I've popped that up too and added a little gold cabochon at each end for a touch of bling. At the top of the wreath is Real Red bow in my favourite (retired) ribbon.

Stampin' Up! Hello Friend for Christmas - Judy May, Just Judy Designs

For the inside I have a double mat of Real Red and Emerald Envy for the writing panel. I added a strip of striped washi at the base and the lovely greeting from 'Season Like Christmas' stamped in Emerald Envy ink in the centre. A gold embossed tree at the bottom adds a touch of bling.

Finally, here is a view from the top.

Stampin' Up! Hello Friend for Christmas - Judy May, Just Judy Designs 

Project Details
Stamps Hello Friend, Season Like Christmas, Merry Patterns, Merry Mistletoe
Card stock & Papers     Emerald Envy, Real Red, Sahara Sand, Whisper White
 Ink Emerald Envy, Real Red, Versamark
Accessories Real Red Stitched Satin ribbon (retired), Gold cabochon (not SU), Candy Cane Lane Washi (retired)
Tools     Gold EP, Heat gun, Dimensionals, Glue Dots

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The Heart of Christmas - Week 26

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Welcome to week 26 of Christmas inspiration from the Art with Heart Stampin' Up! team. This week I'm sharing a luxe gift card holder. Gift cards have become a very common gift giving option and can be a little underwhelming when it comes to presentation, so dressing them up is essential to make your gift a bit special.

Stampin' Up! Luxe Gift Card Holder - Judy May, Just Judy Designs
 

I have gone with a white and gold colour combo using the 'Year of Cheer' designer paper and Gold Foil to create a really luxurious look. The extra pop of colour comes from the Real Red bow on the front. This gift card holder is a bit like a Tardiis, but takes only one sheet of A4 card stock. I've used Whisper White for the base and added the Gold Foil embossed with the Softly Falling embossing folder to the front.  The label from the 'Labels to Love' stamp set has been embossed in gold and sits in the punched out space and keeps the holder closed.

Stampin' Up! Luxe Gift Card Holder - Judy May, Just Judy Designs

When you open the cover, you see the panel of beautiful gold and white checked designer paper. I've added a gold Foil Snowflake as a background for the label.

Stampin' Up! Luxe Gift Card Holder - Judy May, Just Judy Designs

When you fold down the front panel, you see the gift card in its slot and the writing panel for your message immediately below. I've continued the luxe feel with a Gold Foil mat to the writing panel and the swag from 'Merry Mistletoe' stamp set has been embossed in gold. The base has been trimmed with the Year of Cheer Specialty washi tape.

Stampin' Up! Luxe Gift Card Holder - Judy May, Just Judy Designs


This gift card holder fits into a standard envelope and I've embossed the back flap with the 'Oh My Stars' embossing folder for some extra texture.  

All of the new products in the Holiday Catalogue are available to purchase from my Online Store now.

Project Details
Stamps Labels to Love, Merry Mistletoe
Card stock & Papers     Whisper White, Gold Foil, Year of Cheer DSP
 Ink Versamark
Accessories Foil Snowflakes, Real Red Stitched Satin ribbon (retired), Flat back gold cabochons (not SU)
Tools     Softly Falling TIEF, Oh My Stars TIEF, Big Shot, Everyday Label punch, Gold EP, Heat gun, Dimensionals, Tombow liquid glue

If you would like to see more Christmas inspiration, hop over to Claire's blog to see who else is participating this week

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CASE-ing the Catty - Gift Packaging

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I'm back CASE-ing the Catty this week and we are taking inspiration from gift packaging projects from both the Holiday and Annual Catalogues.

You may have come from visiting Kathryn's blog, but if you are visiting me, you can start your journey here and continue by clicking on the buttons at the bottom of the post. 


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This week, I'm CASE-ing the project on the front cover of the Holiday Catalogue. It is an acetate box that has been decorated with a tag. Unfortunately, it isn't the best photo, but you can check it out more closely from the Holiday Catalogue. I've decided to take the key elements and make a card instead.

Stampin' Up! Cheery Chirps - Judy May, Just Judy Designs

I started by Googling Australian robins and found that many have bright orange breasts, so I proceeded to colour the image from the 'Cheery Chirps' stamp set with my Stampin' Blends. I did have to use a few colour matched Copics too, to get the range of colours I wanted. The image was die cut with the Stitched Shapes Framelits. Next, I coloured the leaves from the partridge image from the same stamp set and fussy cut them. The leaves were positioned and adhered around the stitched circle. I cut a rectangle from the red gingham paper from the 'Quilted Christmas' stack and adhered it to some Real Red card stock to make it more robust. I trimmed the corners and punched the top before adding the banner made with the Every Day Label punch. The robin was then popped up on the tag.

Stampin' Up! Cheery Chirps - Judy May, Just Judy Designs

The finished tag was popped up on the Bermuda Bay background that was embossed with the Quilt Top embossing folder.  I decided to add the greeting from 'Merry Patterns' at the base of the tag. The doubled Baker's twine was wrapped around and threaded through the hole in the tag. The panel was then layered on the Real Red mat and then onto the Whisper White card base. There is a lot of detail in the tag, so I decided to omit the doily and gold frame behind the tag, that is in the Stampin' Up! sample. It didn't work with the portrait style layout I had chosen.


Stampin' Up! Cheery Chirps - Judy May, Just Judy Designs

I have kept the inside very simple with a Bermuda Bay Mat for the writing panel and a narrow strip of the red gingham paper at the base. I have stamped the greeting and swap from the 'Merry Mistletoe' Stamp set in the set in coordinating colours.

Finally, here is a view from the top.

Stampin' Up! Cheery Chirps - Judy May, Just Judy Designs
 

Project Details
Stamps Cheery Chirps, Merry Mistletoe, Merry Patterns (retired)
Card stock & Papers     Whisper White, Bermuda Bay, Real Red, Quilted Christmas DSP, Christmas Around the World DSP
 Ink Memento Tuxedo Black, Basic Black Archival, Bermuda Bay, Real Red
Accessories White Baker's Twine
Tools     Stitched Shapes Framelits, Quilt Top TIEF, Big Shot, Every Day Label Punch, Classic Label punch, Dimensionals, Stampin' Blends, Copic Markers

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The Heart of Christmas - Week 25

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Welcome to week 25 of Christmas inspiration from the Art with Heart Stampin' Up! team. We are on the home stretch with just 2 more weeks to go.  This week I have used the lovely 'Musical Season' stamp set for the first time.  

Stampin' Up! Musical Season - Judy May, Just Judy Designs
 

I have used a panel of wood grain paper from the Wood Textures stack for the background and stamped the drummer boy image in Early Espresso ink. I gave that a blast with the heat gun before embossing the greeting from 'Snowflake Sentiments' at the top. I had in mind to emboss it in gold, but it looked a bit lost on the wood grain. As I had used a stamp positioner, I inked again over the top in Versamark and Real Red ink and heated it again. The result is a crackle kind of effect where some of the gold is showing through under the red, so there is a bit of sparkle too. Not what I had expected, but I think it works better with the wood grain.

Stampin' Up! Musical Season - Judy May, Just Judy Designs

I added a band of red at the base and a strip of Gold Glimmer for  sparkle before adhering to a mat of Garden Green. Greenery that was die cut with the Christmas Staircase Thinlits (courtesy of a lovely stamping friend) forms the base for the Gold Foil french horn that has been popped up. A bow in the Gold Natural trim and some gold stars finishes it off. The finished art panel was popped up onto a Real Red card base.

Stampin' Up! Musical Season - Judy May, Just Judy Designs

For the inside, the writing panel sits on a Garden Green mat and I have stamped the border image at the bottom in Real Red and the branch in the top corner, which was coloured with markers.  

Stampin' Up! Musical Season - Judy May, Just Judy Designs 

All of the new products in the Holiday Catalogue are available to purchase from my Online Store now.

Project Details
Stamps Musical Season, Snowflake Sentiments
Card stock & Papers     Real Red, Garden Green, Whisper White, Wood Textures DSP
 Ink Versamark, Early Espresso, Real Red
Accessories Gold 1/4" Natural Trim, Metallic Enamel Shapes
Tools     Christmas Staircase Thinlits, Musical Instruments Framelits, Big Shot, Gold EP, Heat gun, Dimensionals, Glue Dots

If you would like to see more Christmas inspiration, hop over to Claire's blog to see who else is participating this week

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The Heart of Christmas - Week 24

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Welcome to week 24 of Christmas inspiration from the Art with Heart Stampin' Up! team. This week I have a clean and simple card for you. Now we are into November, simple cards that are quick and easy to replicate are the way to go. This is a really great layout that lets your designer paper do the heavy lifting and you can use a range of embossing folders to coordinate with it.

Stampin' Up! Labels to Love & Be Merry DSP - Judy May, Just Judy Designs
 

I have embossed the top section of a panel of the Cherry Cobbler card stock with the Quilt Top embossing folder and added the tree design from the 'Be Merry' designer paper to the bottom section. Next the Garden Green label from the 'Lots of Labels' framelits is centred at the junction and the strip of Gold Glimmer laid on top. I inked the label from the 'Labels to Love' stamp set in Cherry Cobbler and used a cotton bud to remove the red ink from the trees and replaced it with a Garden Green marker. The labels from this stamp set are punched out with the Everyday Label Punch. 

Stampin' Up! Labels to Love & Be Merry DSP - Judy May, Just Judy Designs

Although the stamped label is not exactly the same shape as the Garden Green label, I think they work well together. I stamped the label again in Garden Green and fussy cut the 'happy new year' banner and popped it up. The narrow gold ribbon was attached with a glue dot before popping up the finished label. The finished panel was added to a Whisper White card base.

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For the inside, the writing panel sits on a Garden Green mat and I have a strip of the cute reindeer DSP at the bottom. It is topped with the Garden Green narrow dotted washi. I've stamped the greeting and swag from the 'Merry Mistletoe' stamp set in the centre. 

Stampin' Up! Labels to Love & Be Merry DSP - Judy May, Just Judy Designs

This view from the top shows the gorgeous design of the Quilt Top embossing folder - one of my all time favourites.

All of the new products in the Holiday Catalogue are available to purchase from my Online Store now.

Project Details
Stamps Labels to Love, Merry Mistletoe
Card stock & Papers     Whisper White, Cherry Cobbler, Garden Green, Be Merry DSP, Gold Glimmer
 Ink Cherry Cobbler, Garden Green
Accessories 1/8" Gold Ribbon, Basics Pack 2 Washi
Tools     Lots of Labels Framelits, Quilt Top TIEF, Big Shot, Everyday Label punch, Garden Green Stampin' Write marker. Dimensionals, Glue Dots

If you would like to see more Christmas inspiration, hop over to Claire's blog to see who else is participating this week

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The Heart of Christmas - Week 21

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Welcome to week 21 of Christmas inspiration from the Art with Heart Stampin' Up! team. I finally managed to get my act together to participate this week. I have had my first play with the 'Good Tidings' stamp set and I really love the large greeting and the beautiful holly image. Each part of the holly (both large and small) is a two-step stamping process. However, in my opinion I don't think you need the second step with the berries or the stem. I then the berries get a bit 'muddied', but then I like the clean look.  

Stampin' Up! Good Tidings - Judy May, Just Judy Designs
 

I wanted a nice vibrant green for my holly, as that I what I remember of the real plant, so I have chosen Emerald Envy and Tranquil Tide. The Tranquil tide provides the darker shading in the image. The berries were added in Real Red in and the stem is stamped last in Soft Suede ink.  I did find it takes a couple of goes to get the lining up spot on, so I recommend you practice first. 

          Stampin' Up! Good Tidings - Judy May, Just Judy Designs

I stamped the large greeting in Basic Gray Archival ink on thick Whisper White and cut it into a flagged banner and added a narrower and longer banner in Gold Glimmer underneath. The 'joy'was stamped in Real Red and fussy cut and popped up for extra dimension. To construct the card, I layered some of the black star design from the 'Merry Little Christmas' designer paper pack onto a Real Red card base. I positioned the banner to the right side and added the fussy cut holly. I stamped and cut out some extra berries and popped them up on the small holly. Once you have the holly stamp and fussy cut, the card comes together quickly.

Stampin' Up! Good Tidings - Judy May, Just Judy Designs

For the inside, I have stamped the smaller greeting from 'Good Tidings' in the centre of the writing panel in Basic Gray Archival ink. At the base there is a strip of retired holly washi, topped with the narrow gold washi from the Year of Cheer Speciality set. I have added one the small holly sprays in the top corner to finish it off and then added the panel to a black mat.

Stampin' Up! Good Tidings - Judy May, Just Judy Designs

All of the new products in the Holiday Catalogue are available to purchase from my Online Store now.

Project Details
Stamps Good Tidings
Card stock & Papers     Real Red, Basic Black, Whisper White, Merry Little Christmas DSP, Gold Glimmer
 Ink Basic Gray Archival, Emerald Envy Tranquil Tide, Real Red, Soft Suede
Accessories Year of Cheer Specialty Washi
Tools     Banners Framelits (retired), Big Shot, Dimensionals

If you would like to see more Christmas inspiration, hop over to Claire's blog to see who else is participating this week

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