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Sunday, November 29, 2009

Christmas Diorama

I am making 12+ diorama cards for the ladies in our Red Hat Group. We are having our December get-together in about 2 weeks, and this gave me the perfect opportunity to make a different kind of card.

I heat embossed the front and back of the blue paper with Blue Sparkle embossing powder, which I mixed with a little bit of Snowy embossing powder. The big snowflake is from a packet of stickers from Target I had for several years.

I used 3 different stamps: Merry Christmas by Rubber Stampede, Winter Scene (unknown), and snowflakes (unknown)

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Merry Christmas

8 comments:

  1. These are just so very beautiful! You are so talented. I think I am doing something extra special if I buy a sticker at the store. Ha!

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  2. What a wonderful diorama! I adore the white against the navy blue and I'm so impressed with your creativity and ingenuity. This is so special (as are you). Happiest of Holidays to you.

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  3. My goodness! You really are quite the creative individual. These are simply adorable and YOU are inspiring. I MUST get to my craft desk today! :)

    Happy Sunday!

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  4. Oliva, your cards are just stunning. I asm always so impressed with how creative you are. Hugs, Marty

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  5. How fun! This looks wonderful. The blue just pops!
    I have you signed up for the Dec Doors of Welcome. Yes? Let me know.
    Have a fun time at your Dec get-together. Post pictures!
    HAGD! Karen

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  6. Olivia, these are fabulous. Your creativity and beautiful work are simply inspiring!

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  7. Oliva,
    Those are just beautiful! Maybe with some practice I can make some as pretty as yours. But lets not put that in stone just yet.Your Red Hat Girls are going to love them.
    Nancy Jo

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  8. wow, these are gorgeous!! you always have such great ideas!!

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