Holiday Card Series 2010 – Day 24

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Morning, all! Super easy card this time (once you pick out all the cut outs from the Silhouette cut design). :)

The main portion of the card is made from a Silhouette doily design:


Victorian Lace Inverted Big Border C00440_20387

And the rest is mainly the Thickers from American Crafts and paper from Bo Bunny. :)

Enjoy!

Supplies

Solid Card Stock: black and cream (American Crafts)
Patterned Paper: Noel Collection (Bo Bunny)
Silhouette Doily Die-cut: Victorian Lace Big Border C00440_20387 (Jamie Koay)
Chipboard Letters: Rockabye Thickers (American Crafts)
Ribbon: Cream satin ribbon (Papertrey Ink)

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Disclaimer: Some supplies used in this post/video were provided by Two Peas in a Bucket.

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27 Comments
  1. O…M….G…..I cant believe that the series is already over. I always look forward to your Christmas Card Series along with all the other MACM and Finally Friday Videos. You always have awesome ideas. Thanks again for an awesome year!!!!!! Keep on crafting!

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