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Stair Stepper Card With Trees for Sale Stamp Set and Dies

This stamp set and dies takes me back to a Christmas memory of my childhood.  At Christmas the Boy Scout's tree lot was just down the road - rows of trees to choose from surrounded by strings of yellow bulbs that lit up the dark winter sky. As kids we were so excited to go "help" pick out a Christmas tree! Dad would load it onto the top of our car (or in the trunk), tie it down and away we went. Good times and fun memories!

I tried to re-create a bit of that memory in this Stair Stepper Card. Some of the trees are die cut and some are stamped and then embossed with White Embossing powder to create the snow.

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The little trailer looks inviting with the warm yellow in the windows and the sweet wreath on the door.

Here's a side view of the card:

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As you can see there are three "hills" to decorate. On the large back panel I stamped the trees in Shaded Spruce and then stamped the snow in Versamark Ink and added White Embossing Powder. The dog is die cut with Soft Suede card stock.

The middle portion has two die cut trees with the die cut snow layer, and l poles holding the lights.  I added an Iridescent Rhinestone to each bulb to make it look like it was lit. The "Trees for Sale" sign is leaning against two of the die cut trees.

The little camper in the front is all aglow for the holiday.

On the back I stamped the dog and the cut paw prints.  I think they are adorable!

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