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Friday, October 15, 2010

Thanksgiving Rhinestone Tree



Happy Friday to you!

Today we have another Thanksgiving card to share AND we have a video on how to create it! I'm sure lots of you have noticed, our DT just loves the new Large Winter Tree. It's so fun to add different elements, whether it be buttons, apples, leaves or rhinestones. This time around, I decided to add the little sprig from the Elegant Floral stamp set, along with various rhinestones. (See supply list for colors)




You can easily make this card a Halloween one too! Just stamp the little face from the Halloween stamp set and make the pumpkins jack o' lanterns! In addition, you can make it a winter card by not adding the sprigs and adding some blue colors.


In closing, I want to mention that we'll be in Milwaukee, Wisconsin this weekend! Gary and Nami (and the boys) would be thrilled if you could make it out. We have all of our newest designs, plus a huge selection of some older ones AND a great assortment of accessories, along with hundreds of card ideas. Nami will be demonstrating throughout the weekend too. It's bound to be a great time!


We hope you have a great weekend. We'll be back on Monday with our Fabulous 3 Spotlight for the Ribbon Challenge ending tonight!






Stamps: Pumpkin Patch Border, Large Winter Tree, Elegant Floral
Paper: Cream, Chocolate Brown, Brown Kraft
Other: Quickie Glue Pen, Citrone glitter, Orange rhinestones, Olive rhinestones, Red rhinestones


3 comments:

Amy Smidebush said...

Gorgeous card, Paulina!

I LOVE to use rhinestones on cards! I'm a big fan of sparkly things. :)

Dana C said...

Yes I use rhinestones all the time...I love them..Just love the sparkles...

Tammy said...

Oh yes, I LOVE BLING!!!! Anything that sparkles really! Glitter! Adorable card!

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