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Best Time of Year Card

A Super Simple Christmas Card For the Time Crunch

Elizabeth Grindrod made a darling card in Friday Friends I wanted to share with you.  I know how you can be rushing at this time of year trying to get everything made and sent in time for Christmas.  This card is one of those.  I love it because it is so elegant and I hope you will too.  I am hoping this will give you a quick idea if you need one.

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The card base on this card was cut 5  1/2" by 8 1/2" and scored at the 4 1/4" on the 8 1/2" side.  It was then folded. 

The Year of Cheer Specialty Designer Series Paper was cut 4 1/4" by 1" and placed over a piece of Copper Foil sheet cut 4 1/4" by 1 1/2".

Before anything was placed on the card, the base was run through the Big Shot using the Winter Wonder Textured Impressions Embossing folder. 

Merry Christmas from Mistletoe Friends was stamped in Basic Black first on Whisper White Cardstock.  It was then punched out using the 2" circle.  The Starburst punch was used to punch out using a Champagne Foil sheet.  It was then placed in back of the sentiment and adhered in the center of the snowflake.  This card is a great card to make in multiples. 

Snail adhesive, Multipurpose glue, tear and tape adhesive and mini glue dots would all work as an adhesive t place items on this card. 

Remember too about the year end sale as well as my pdf. promotion if you purchase $50 (before tax and shipping).  You will get the pdf. that has the Santa Suit cards you can make with this file.

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Thank you so much for stopping by! Click the shop now on this blog if you want to purchase anything or click the items below which will take you to the online store.  Happy crafting!

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