Wednesday, November 29, 2017

MCT Five Days Of Christmas Day Three


Hello! Today I used the Hot Chocolate Season set to make this card. I stamped all the images and cut them out with the dies. Then I popped some up on foam tape, and glued some directly to the panel for dimension. This is a really good technique if you aren't comfortable coloring. :) Super easy! I white heat embossed the greeting on black cardstock. 

♥ Nikki ♥ 

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15 comments:

  1. Your card is cute and looks so nice and Christmasy! adnilttoh@gmail.com

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  2. OMG Miss Nikki What a Super Cute Card!! I was blown away when I read that you stamped and die cut ALL of your background images...WOW....love the look allot...and I would so do this!! Your ideas sure came for one Spectacular Card and you definitely did one Incredible Super Outstanding Creative job!! YOU so ROCK!

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  3. Cute card!! When I first looked at your card I thought it was pattern paper you had used, then I read that you stamped the images and cut them out and popped some of them up. Cute idea!

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  4. Great job, love the background,
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  5. I LOVE this! They really pop against the red!

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  6. Great background you created for this card.
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  7. Wow! Love this card! The background is awesome! Thanks for sharing! lindagk23ataoldotcom

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  8. What a fun card Nikki! It is so perfect for those coffee/hot chocolate loving people. Hugs, Brenda

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  9. Beautiful card, I love that you didn't have to color!! Thanks for explaining your process, I thought maybe you masked the cups. Wonderful :) vonmariedesign@gmail.com

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  10. Fun cute card!
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  11. LOOOOVE that!!!! So much fun!

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  12. Great way to solve not loosing the sentiment by embossing on black. I like the dies all over like stamping a background.
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  13. What a great card. It is very simple to make but yet gorgeous. Thank you for sharing!

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  14. So cute! Love all those mugs of hot chocolate!
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  15. Cute card...Love how you made the background!
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