Hello Tutti Designs Friends!
Christmas is right around the corner and I don't know about you but I'm still working on my holiday cards ... I'd better hurry or they're not going to make it to their destination in time!
I've gone back in time and used some older holiday dies for today's Slimline design. BTW, did you know that Tutti now carrys slimline dies? Check 'em out HERE.
Here's a list of dies used on today's card ...
Here's a close up of the Carolers so you can see that I die cut them from white card stock then glued them to a panel of Kraft card stock and did a little fussy cutting to give them a solid background. You may have also noticed that I did a little more fussy cutting ... on the pine cone corner panel also. Don't you love it when you can use your dies in various ways!?!
Here's also a peek at how I finished off the inside ...
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This card is beautiful Darlene, and brings to mind Christmases of long, long time ago! Love how you created a background for your carolers, it really makes them stand out. Very creative! Enjoy your week ahead and stay safe and well.ReplyDelete
Clever to back up the carolers with the Kraft. The designer paper is really pretty too. Nice work!ReplyDelete
It definitely has a vintage feel. It's so cute. Love those carolers. [Bunny]ReplyDelete
Wow, really like your card; great design!ReplyDelete
Beautiful dies used on this wonderful card you made.ReplyDelete
A most fabulously created card, lovely colours and sweet dies. xxReplyDelete
Love your scene and so perfect for a slimline card!! Like how you have used bits and pieces of it!ReplyDelete
You've used some beautiful dies on this and made them all work perfectly for your slimline card! I love the paper as a backdrop. You make me want to dive back into my holiday cards. I'm done, but have a batch I'm working on for next year.ReplyDelete