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'Lots of Joy' with Diorama Leftovers

 Hi there

A couple of weeks ago, I posted this Christmas Diorama card and said that my next challenge was to use up the Rich Razzleberry and Gold Glimmer Deco Labels die cuts that were a by product of making this card.

Stamping Up 'Every Blessing' Diorama. Judy May, Just Judy Designs 

We made the Diorama in class last week as well as this next card that uses up some of the leftover die cuts. You actually get 3 die cuts left over from the Diorama as the Gold Glimmer is adhered to Rich Razzleberry card stock (except in the centre - we add glue around the edges of the framelit so they stay separate).  We cut the Gold Glimmer die cut again with the next smallest Deco Label framelit to create a gold frame. This leaves another set of smaller Deco Labels to use on a third card. (I didn't have time to make them into a card before I left on my trip).

The lovely greeting from 'Lots of Joy' was stamped on Whisper White and then die cut with the Deco Labels framelits (with the greeting slightly to the right, so the tree fits) and popped into the gold frame. This is a great way to make the most of your Gold Glimmer paper.


Stamping Up 'Lots of Joy'. Judy May, Just Judy Designs 


I finished off the inside very simply with the cute 'postage' stamp from 'Lots of Joy' and a strip of Gold Glimmer paper at the base.




Project Details
Stamps Lots of Joy
Card stock & Papers     Rich Razzleberry, Brights DSP Stack, Whisper White, Gold Glimmer paper
 Ink Rich Razzleberry
Accessories Rhinestones Basic Jewels
Tools     Lucky Stars Embossing folder, Deco Labels Framelits, Big Shot, Tree punch, Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack, 1" Square punch, Dimensionals


Thanks for looking!


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