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Black and Silver Christmas card

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This was a card that we made, at our “Design and Treasure” class, on Friday night.  We started out with silver cardstock, and used a “Corner Adorner” punch, to punch the edges out.  We used a tiny snowflake, and a checkerboard stencil, to stamp the image in random formation, in silver ink, for the front background.

Note that all pieces are precut, except for the circle on the front.  After stamping the saying in silver ink, we used a humongous circle punch, to cut the layer.  Then we used a separate small ornament stamp, to go in the center.  Was very easy to line up.  We put the black background in the holes punched in the corners, and glued the rest of the embellishments to the card.  The circle on the front is adhered with a pop dot.

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This shows the inside of the card.  We used a separate piece of thin black paper, about the thickness of computer paper, and used a 3D punch, for the center hearts, you had to punch this with the paper folded in half.  When you make a few creases, you can pop it out, like shown in the pic below.  With a few stamps, and some adhesive, the card was fun and easy to make!

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The company for this card is “Endless Creations”.  Their website is www.shopec.com, and I think the lady said they were updating their website, so if it looks funny, just keep checking back.  This is where to go, if you want a 3D punch.  They aren’t out on the market right now, I guess, for some reason.

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