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Wednesday, 31 October 2018

Heart of Christmas - Week 12

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Hi Everyone, Week 12 of the Heart of Christmas Blog Hop and only 7 week until Christmas Scary!!!!
Where has the year gone?
This week I have gone for a Classic look card and I am using the Dashing Deer Bundle yet again. (I Love it)

I have only used the Thick Very Vanilla and Gold Foil Sheet for this card and the only other colours used are Early Espresso and Tranquil Tide for the ink. Using the Swirls and Curls Embossing folder to give the front of the card just that little more depth, I really think it sets it off prefect.


I mounted my layers onto dimensionals to lift it away from the rest of the card. My mum loved this card so much she made one the same while staying with me over the weekend.


I kept the inside very simple as I just didn't think it needed much to keep the classic look.
If you would like to purchase any or all of the items used in this project you will find them in the 2018 Holiday Catalogue and the 2018-2019 Annual Catalogue. Please give me a call or email so that I can help you with your purchase.
To see the all the other week 12 Heart of Christmas Blog please go the Claire's Page Here:-
Hugs to you all Diane xx

5 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card Diane, love dashing dear.

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  2. Love vanilla and gold for Christmas, so pretty with my favourite, Dashing Deer!

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  3. Wow Di, this is beautiful. So elegant.

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  4. Lovely elegant card and love how you have continued on to the inside as well

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