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Layered Christmas Card – Coming Home Bundle

Layered Christmas Card – Coming Home Bundle

Today I got to play and create my first layered Christmas Card using the Coming Home Bundle. Please note that it is not available until 4th August 2020 in my online store.

My Card base is Misty Moonlight. The chosen DSP is the co-ordinating Trimming the Town DSP pack

I incorporated stamping, die cutting, layering and colouring in this card. It turned out adorable.

The Mint Macaron and the Poppy Parade colours make this card stand out nicely.


1 – Card Base – Misty Moonlight A4 card cut in half and scored at 4-1/8″ on the longest side – Card size folded = 4-1/8″ x 5-7/8″
2 – Second layer (matt) is 4″ x 5-3/4″
3 – I cut two of these as the second piece I used to die cut out the two layering dies.
4 – I stamped my images in Grey Granite, die cut them out and coloured with Light Grey Granite and Light Mint Macaron Stampin’ Blends.
5 – I layered the smaller house over the larger one with dimensions.
6 – I die cut the wreath from one of the sheets in the DSP Pack.
7 – I finished the card off by adding some of the Snowflake Sequins.

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Layered Christmas Card – Coming Home Bundle

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