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Christmas Cards – C
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In this blog post I have another batch of 6 Christmas cards with wintery scenes to show you. They are made with the same 6 images as in my last post, but made yp slightly differently.
What I Did
I used some square toppers that have artwork by Pollyanna Pickering on them.
I used 6″ square craft card base cards and put plain inserts with just a greeting inside.
For these cards I didn’t use lace as in the previous batch, but I added some “snow” texture over some of the slow areas on each topper for a slightly different look and feel.
I used foam tape to attach the toppers, and fingerlift tape to attach the inserts.
I have several bits of different crafting to catch up on blogging, so keep an eye out for them over the next few weeks.
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