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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.

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

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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.

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

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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.

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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..

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This one shows the shape of the baubles really well.

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The branches come from the Wreath Die set too.

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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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