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Brightest Glow Merry Christmas

Do you send Christmas cards?  Most people have moved away from sending Christmas cards, but not me.  I have always sent cards for life events, holidays and just because, way before becoming a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator.

So, why send cards?  Why go to the expense and effort to send a card?  A card (for whatever reason or event) is a tangible way to show your friends and family that you care.  A card, especially a hand-crafted card, takes time and effort.  It shows you took a few moments to think of the recipient and share a few kind words.  Sending a card is such a small gesture but delivers such a huge impact.

This is an easy Christmas card to make to let a loved one know that you're thinking of them this holiday season. 

Brightest Glow

The greeting was stamped with Evening Evergreen onto Shimmery White cardstock and popped out with the new Framed Florets dies.  This die cuts the oval and boarder at the same time.  The Fitting Florets Designer Series Paper is an exclusive release and only available while supplies last.  I added Wink of Stella to the white berries for some added glimmer.

Here's a listing of the products used to make this card.  Just click on an image to shop my Stampin' Up! site.

November Exclusive PDF Tutorial - Season of Chic Bundle

November PDF Collage

This tutorial has pictures and directions for (5) cards featuring the Season of Chic Bundle.  You can receive this exclusive tutorial FREE during the month of November with a $25.00 order (before tax and shipping) placed in my online store when you use Host Code CFY2BSFW.



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All products, including stamp sets, are available while supplies last

Last Chance Sale starts December 1st and ends January 4th

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