Friday, August 3, 2012

Getting in the Spirit of Christmas

Ok I know it's only August but I have been working on Christmas classes all week.  So,  when I saw MoJo Monday I decided to go Christmas.  This is my 1st MoJo Monday card I have ever entered.  But it looks like fun!   Let me know what you think.
 Things I used on this card are:
Whisper White cardstock  #100730  (cut 1 @ 4 3/4x4 3/4,  1 5x10)  You will also use about 1/2 sheet of this cardstock.
Cherry Cobbler cardstock  #119685  (cut 1 @ 4 x 2 1/2)
Gumball Green  #126840  (cut 3 @ 3 x 3)
Gumball Green ink pad  #126861
Snow Festival Designer Series Paper #126908  (1 @ 4 3/4 x 2 1/2)  Holiday mini Catalog pg 10
Scentsational Season Stamp set  #121026 w or #121190 c Holiday mini pg 16
Framelet Dies  #127814 Holiday mini pg 16 or if you want both get the bundle- #129945 w or #129946 c (you get both for a discounted price).
2 1/2 " Circle punch  #120906  (1 Whisper white & 3 Gumball Green)
Fancy Fan Embossing folder  #127751
Cricut machine for cutting 4 sizes of Stars
Dazzling Diamonds Glitter  #102023  (for all the stars and the tree)
Cherry Cobbler marker #119681  (for tree)
SNAIL #104332
Stampn' Dimensionals  #104430
2-way glue Pen  #100425
Tulle  (Lucky Limeade & Dazzling Diamonds spritzed on white tulle & sprinkled DD glitter while wet)  You must do this many times to get the color you want.
Use the embossing folder on the top half of the 4 3/4 x 4 3/4 white card stock.  Glue  SFD paper on bottom half of W white.  Emboss Cherry cobbler paper.  Attach with dimensionals.   Using the 3 Green circles place around the white circle and tape. Gather tulle in center and place on top of the Cherry Cobbler paper.  Tape down.   Then use dimensionals to attach the Green circle  to Cherry Cobbler paper.
Stamp tree in Gumball Green ink and using the framelit cut out.  Attach tree to white circle.  Color the dots with the cherry cobbler marker-let dry.  Then using the 2 way pen dab onto the dots and add dazzling diamonds glitter. 
Hope you enjoy this card it is perfect for Christmas (in August).  hehe

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