Winter Is Coming Wednesday - #3- Rooted In Nature Stamps Two Ways For Two Holidays

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Winter Is Coming Wednesday - #3 | Tracy Marie Lewis |

This particular layout started with a Pinterest pin, Here is the pin link -> pin. Libby liked the layout so well she made forty Thanksgiving cards while at a retreat this last weekend! I am so impressed with her diligence as I get bored after about three of any one thing. We made the Thanksgiving version at a virtual crafting day a couple of weeks back and I knew I would be making a Christmas version for this series.

In the video I stamp and assemble the Christmas version. There are some tips along the way as well as some speed stamping. A photo showcase is at the end. Video length 16 min 27 sec.

I did use one holiday mini catalog product which I will add to the supplies list on 8/4 when it goes live. It is the "HAPPY Holidays" sentiment from "Poinsettia Petals".

Stampin' Blend's used to color the crinkle ribbon:

  • Dark Cherry Cobbler
  • Dark BlackBerry Bliss

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Very Pretty cards for the winter and holidays. Nice to see different colors.


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