Friday, July 26, 2019

Christmas Tree Card - Spellbinders

I can't believe how quickly the summer is flying by, next thing you know the kids will be back in school. I really haven't worked too much on craft projects this summer, but I did want to get at least one Christmas in July project accomplished. I used Spellbinder's June Small Die of the Month to create a Christmas tree along with some embellishments from the November 2018 Card Kit of the Month. There are so many things you can do with these dies, I think my next will be a try at a peacock.


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