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Back In Plaid November Paper Pumpkin

Back in Plaid (November Paper Pumpkin) Stocking Silverware Holder

by Phyllis Shepherd, Independent Stampin’ UP!® demonstrator

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papers

Very Vanilla Cardstock - #101650

Corrugated Elements - #144158

accessories/adhesives/marker/thinlits

Multipurpose Liquid Glue - #110755

Stampin’ Dimensionals - #104430

Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine - #143263

Magnetic Platform - #130658

Swirly Scribbles Thinlits - #141497

Year of Cheer Embellishments - #144643

Boxwood Wreaths - #144176

Black Stampin’ Write Marker

November Paper Pumpkin Kit

stamp set

Spooky Cat - #144749

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                  Directions

  • Turn the stocking to the right side and roll down the plaid to create a cuff.
  • Ink up the ‘Eat’ from Spooky Cat with the Black Stampin’ Write Marker and stamp on a scarp of Very Vanilla Cardstock.
  • Use the Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine to make a ‘sandwich’ in this order: Magnetic Platform, a standard cutting pad, the saying with the smallest circle die (it fits snuggly), and lastly the other standard cutting pad. Run this ‘sandwich’ through the machine. Adhere a Dimensional to the back of this and adhere it to an oval shape from the Corrugated Elements.

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  • Apply a small amount of Multipurpose Liquid Glue to the back of the oval shape and adhere it to the stocking.
  • Form the wreath and do the same  – lightly placing glue on the leaves on the back.
  • On the tips of the Year of Cheer silver pieces apply Multipurpose Liquid Glue and adhere under the wreath.
  • Allow these pieces to dry completely before using.

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