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Monday, 19 July 2021

Heart Of Christmas Week 3

 Hi!


Thanks for once again joining me for this week's AWH Heart Of Christmas Blog Hop. Have you been enjoying the gorgeous Christmas inspiration on our blogs? I have! Plus, I have been very productive - I already have 12 Christmas cards in my stash, just from the HOC Blog Hops.

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This week's cards are made using the August 2019 Sheetload Of Cards template. I have received some of my new Christmas goodies, so I went with a more traditional colour scheme this week. Did you love the Heartwarming Hugs DSP from last year? Well, hooray - it's back! I've paired it with the new Gingerbread Dies and another returning product, Red and Green Foil sheets.

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The other new product on my card is the new sentiment-only stamp set, Christmas To Remember. I'm a sucker for mixed font stamp sets, and the hand-written font is extra appealing! I used the same die on the inside as the front, but this time I popped out all of the bits to give a filigree look. Hooray for Adhesive Sheets, which make adhering delicate shapes like this a breeze!

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Once again, I made four cards from the template. So handy when all the thinking is done for you!

The next blog around our hop belongs to my lovely friend, Christine Blain. You're in for a treat there!

If at anytime you find a broken link please head to the blog of this week’s host of The Heart Of Christmas Blog Hop, Sharon Davern, and she will have the list of all those participating.

Bye for now,

Tina

11 comments:

  1. Rachel Woollard19 July 2021 at 19:58

    Lovely cards Tina, those shiny baubles are beautiful.

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  2. These look great Tina! I like the two different looks you have achieved with the same bauble. Very cool.

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  3. The die-cut baubles are beautiful, and I just love that DSP. Great cards, Tina!

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  4. Fab cards, Tina. The red foil bauble on the inside looks so lovely with the greeting. You're rocketing along with your stash; such a sensible idea to create multiples.

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  5. Another great card and layout, Tina. I’m going to take a closer look at the mini catty because I’m not seeing so many of the products. Red and green foil for one!

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  6. Oh Tina I look forward to seeing what you create using your Sheetload Of Cards template every week. This is a lovely layout and I'm super impressed you've made 4 cards at once!

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  7. Wow, that shiny red foil bauble looks fabulous and the one on the inside without all the 'bits' is great! A lovely layout for your traditional Christmas colour scheme.

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  8. Ooh I looked at these and thought "They look a bit Special" Fantastic card and I love the foil baubles! Great layout and cards!

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  9. Tina, I am loving the cards you have been creating each week with the Sheetload Of Cards template. You are well on your way to having quite a stash of cards ready for mailing come Christmas. Your bubbles look terrific in the traditional Christmas colours, especially the lovely red foil.

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  10. Love the use of the red foil sheets for the baubles Tina it sure adds elegance without being over the top. Great designs for creating many cards.

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  11. Lovely cards Tina. So good we were able to resurrect the beautiful DSP again this year

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