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Woodware Traditional Christmas – what does it mean to you?

This week on Woodware Wittering we are looking at traditional Christmas, to me that usually means red and green.


I have used an old stamp of Francoise’s Glass Baubles


I got carried away stamping them out and so had lots of cutting to do!  I have embossed with Winter Wonderland Powder, it has a slight silver sparkle. The paper is from one of the 6 x 6 Perfect Prints pads, Best Gift of All.


I have used the Stampendous Wreath Die set to layer the greeting on.


I used my Shape it Tool to curve the baubles, added some silver thread and attached it to some double sided tape at the top.


I then hid the tape with some Grossgrain ribbon The ribbon is dotty on one side and I have taped it dotty side down on the ribbon, and tied the ribbon bow so that it was dotty side out.

I had made so many baubles that I had enough to make two more cards..


This one shows the shape of the baubles really well.


The branches come from the Wreath Die set too.


Why not check out what the rest of the girls think of as a traditional Christmas on Woodware Witterings.

Thanks for visiting see you soon!

1 thought on “Woodware Traditional Christmas – what does it mean to you?

  1. Lovely cards, with perfect festive colours. It’s made me want to go and get cracking on my Christmas cards. 😊

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