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Thursday, October 27, 2011

Christmas in October - Torn Paper

This Christmas card makes use of paper tearing techniques to create the Christmas tree.  It was simply torn free-hand from green paper. This tree was decorated with:
  • chain outline stickers for garland
  • white flower soft for snow
  • a Dazzles star for the tree top
  • Dazzles Red Jewel stickers combined with single links from the chain outline stickers create the ornaments on the tree.
The greeting was a purchased die cut from Hot Off the Press.

1 comment:

Jennifer M. said...

Very Nice Cheryl! I like how you used the white flower soft for the snow. :)

Jen