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The Heart of Christmas

>> Sunday, December 13, 2015

This has been the hottest Christmas season that we have had in a long time, it's seventy degrees and my early blooming azaleas are starting to bloom how crazy is that.

For this card I start with the background and cut the blue paper in half on an angle. For the top part I used the Interlocking Snow Background and used Versa Mark and stamped around the edge then embossed with silver embossing powder.for the bottom half I used a embossing folder. I covered the cut edge with the white die cut strip. I stamped the Baby Jesus heart with black ink so I could color it with Copic markers then I stamped the heart and star with Versa Mark and embossed it with silver. The greeting is the Jesus is the heart of Christmas .

DRS designs has added this new Jesus Heart Postage Frame so your envelope will match your card perfectly. I used silver ink. 

Have a wonderful day,



Gail said...

Such a lovely card and matching envelope - beautiful - it has been warm temps here in Michigan as well - supposed to be a mild winter - we had 10 inches of snow a few weeks ago - and it was cold - but since then - warm weather and some rain - go figure - [I just want snow for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day - yep]

nwilliams6 said...

Love the envelope and the whole feel and look of your card Janett! Beautiful layers and texture and colors! Hugz

Shelia said...

Janett, this is so pretty! I really like the stamped edges, dry embossing, layout & matching envelop!

Robin Clendenning said...

Lots of cold weather and snow here too!! Beautiful card! Love the snowflake border! The embossing and wonderful Jesus in the heart! Love it!!

Karin said...

I love your matching card and envelope! The card design is super pretty with the curved die cut edge and the gorgeous embossing. Great coloring job too :)

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

So wonderful, Janett! Love the white w/ the blue & the border die cut is beautiful.

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