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|This fun card is from Michele Murphy and features the White Christmas stamp set. Santa's sleigh is from a retired set, but it adds a fun touch and it looks like the bear is looking up at it. I love all the wonderful sponging on this card and the color combinations. It's hard to tell from the photo, but the trees are nice and sparkly as well.|
|This card is from Deanna Barton and uses the White Christmas stamp set too. Deanna added the car with the tree and some fun red birds for a pop of color. I love the raised banners and car image. Adorable!!!|
|This elegant card is from Mary (or is it Merry) Harvey. Mary used the new Softly Falling Embossing Folder to create a great texture on the Soft Sky card front. She cut out a window with the Flower Medallion Punch for the image to show through. The Red Foil bow is from the Mini Treat Bag Thinlits Dies.|
|The inside of the card features a cardinal from the Joyful Season stamp set. I love the layer of our new Black Glimmer Paper to mimic the colors on the cardinal. Beautiful card Mary! Oh, Mary also lined her envelopes with the new Real Red Envelope Paper (forgot to get a photo of that). Lovely.|
|This fun card is from Vicky Collins. Vicky used the new Snow Place stamp set and coordinating Snow Friends Framelits Dies (bundle shown above) to make this happy snowman and friend. I love the "chalkboard" look of the sentiment and the great snowflake textured embossing on the card background. So cute!|
|This super adorable card was made by our youngest swapper, Ashley Diamond. Ashley also used the Snow Place bundle to create her card, then added some faux snowbanks with sponging, some Softly Falling embossed snow and a piece of White Glitter Ribbon. The "snow" words are from the Seasonal Frame Thinlits Dies (bundled with the Sparkly Season stamp set). My favorite part of this card are the Real Red Pompom Trim earmuffs!!!! The stamp set and dies come with an earmuff image which she used, but added the pompoms on top. LOVE IT!!! Great job Ashley!|