Sympathy Card With Woven Heirlooms Stamp Set

Feels Like Frost and Christmas!

This pretty card was made with the beautiful Feels Like Frost designer series paper, Pine Tree Punch, and Perfectly Plaid stamp set.  The soft Seaside Spray Paper pairs perfectly with with the Feels Like Frost DSP. 

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Here is the card recipe:


PAPER: 8 1/2 x 11" Seaside Spray for Card base, scored at 4 1/4"; 5 1/4 x 4" Whisper White (2 of these), one for the outside mat, one for the inside; scrap Whisper White for stamped tree on front; 1 piece of Feels Like Frost DSP, cut to 3 3/4 x 5 and 1 1/4 x 4"; 3 x3 piece of Silver Foil Paper for silver tree on front.

STAMP SET: Perfectly Plaid

INK: Night of Navy

TOOLS: multipurpose glue or snail adhesive; paper cutter; paper snips; Dimensionals, glue dots.

EMBELLISHMENTS: Pine Tree punch, Seaside Spray ribbon, Holiday Rhinestones.



Cut the Feels Like Frost DSP.  Flip the smaller piece so the silver side is face up.  Adhere these two pieces together to make one piece by using glue on the long edge of the smaller piece and sticking it to the larger piece.  

Adhere the Whisper White piece to the front. Wrap ribbon around the DSP piece and adhere in place with glue dots. Adhere this piece to the front of the card.

Stamp a tree using the plaid tree stamp and punch out with Pine Tree punch.  Punch a tree out of the silver foil paper.

Stamp sentiment on scrap piece of white and adhere to front with dimensionals.  Adhere trees in place.  Add blue rhinestones.

Stamp inside sentiment.


Buy the Pine Tree Punch and Perfectly Plaid stamp set as a bundle and save 10 percent!  Order any of the supplies for this card from my online store by clicking on any of the images below.  Place a 50.00 order (before tax and shipping) and use the November host code to receive the pictured ribbon bundle.  This is my gift for you!


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