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Thursday, October 20, 2011

#4 Tis the Season for Hanging Stockings

You’re going to want to make lots of these cards. Trust me. They come together really easily AND you get to use punches. Plus, it’s a super cute card. Can’t you just hear the fire crackling below the stockings?Xmas4

All Stampin’ Up: Four the Season and Woodgrain stamp sets
Whisper White, Garden Green, & Crumb Cake Cardstock; Frostwood Lodge DSP;
Silver Glimmer Paper; Cherry Cobbler and Chocolate Chip inks; Mini Jingle Bells;
Cherry Cobbler Bakers’ Twine, Eyelet Border & Stocking Builder punches

I like how the Eyelet Border makes it look like a mantel with a scarf on it, and the mini jingle bells add a festive touch. The silver glimmer paper gives a bit of shine. THe jingle bells are adhered with Crystal Effects, just to be sure they don’t fall off. I put a dimensional at the top of each stocking and left the bottom loose, so it’s more like they are hanging on the twine. You could punch about a gazillion of these stockings from DSP in no time at all, then mix and match the trim.

Once again, my laundry did not do itself while I was running errands this morning, so I have a date in the laundry room. Enjoy the rest of your day!

1 comment:

  1. Super cute! Megan. I love the homey feel of this, and I agree--the eyelet does look like a mantel scarf! Clever, my friend, clever!


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